How do you show that it is not possible to find a value for a nonzero constant (a) so that f meets the requirement: at x=4, the value of the function is 1 and the slope of the graph of the function is 1.
f(x) = ax^{2} where a is a nonzero constant
How do you show that it is not possible to find a value for a nonzero constant (a) so that f meets the requirement: at x=4, the value of the function is 1 and the slope of the graph of the function is 1.
f(x) = ax^{2} where a is a nonzero constant