For the function f(x)= x^(6)(Aln(x)-1), where A is a constant. How would I find the value(s) of A if e^(5) is a critical point of f(x)?
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Originally Posted by ctran For the function f(x)= x^(6)(Aln(x)-1), where A is a constant. How would I find the value(s) of A if e^(5) is a critical point of f(x)? If is a critical point of , then . Solve for A.
Hello, ctran! Given the function: , where is a constant. How would I find the value(s) of if is a critical point of ? I assume you know what a critical point is . . . If is a critical point of , then: . Find Since , we have: . . . Therefore: .
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