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    turning point problem

    please help with this question

    A curve with gradient function 2x-\frac{16}{x^3} has a turning point at (p,5)

    a)Find the value of p

    very appreciate with who can solve this problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mastermin346 View Post
    please help with this question

    A curve with gradient function 2x-\frac{16}{x^3} has a turning point at (p,5)

    a)Find the value of p

    very appreciate with who can solve this problem.
    Set the gradient function or dy/dx be 0.
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    can u do with step by step sir??i get the anwer but my answer not correct!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mastermin346 View Post
    can u do with step by step sir??i get the anwer but my answer not correct!
    Please show all your work.
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