sorry c wasnt 3, c = 2
a - ( (b) / (c+x^2) )
The line goes through (2, ) and the gradient of the curve is at its maximum at x= root6/3 (square root of 6 divided by 3)
Prove a = 1, b = 2, c = 2.
Can I please have a detailed solution to this? I've tried so many ways, been hours already. It was in the dydx and integration section.
Yes I was aware it was a curve. I've tried something like that. Still ended up with 2 unknowns. and 3 in the other.
And the point where the gradient is its max. Stuck on how to get that equation. Or use that info. Would it be double derivative?