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Math Help - Solve dC/dt = 0.

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    Solve dC/dt = 0.

    how do i work towards solving this?

    Find the stationary point of

    C=(-5t(1.0057^t) + 2500
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    Re: can someone help me through this problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by tbracket View Post
    stationary I think,
    You need to solve for \displaystyle \frac{dC}{dt}= 0 \implies -5t(1.0057^t)'+1.0057^t(-5t)'=0
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