Suppose that g(t)=24te^kt for t> 0,where k is some constant.Find an appropriate value of k .
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Originally Posted by mathcalculushelp Suppose that g(t)=24te^kt for t> 0,where k is some constant.Find an appropriate value of k . I think an appropiate value of k could be k = 2, though k = 4 is cutter and k = 345 is, naturally, very handsome. Don't you people check your own posts?? Tonio
Originally Posted by mathcalculushelp Suppose that g(t)=24te^kt for t> 0,where k is some constant.Find an appropriate value of k . The question is extremely vague
We need to find the value of k for which g has a horizontal tangent line where t=3.
Originally Posted by tonio I think an appropiate value of k could be k = 2, though k = 4 is cutter and k = 345 is, naturally, very handsome. Don't you people check your own posts?? Tonio Originally Posted by mathcalculushelp We need to find the value of k for which g has a horizontal tangent line where t=3. That makes more sense We need to find g'(3) in other words and for a horizontal line g'(x) = 0 Use the product rule and the chain rule on g(t) Spoiler: In so it provides no solutions so which gives
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