f(x)=2x^3+9x^2-60x+4
this polynomial is not factorable.. do I just put no x values as the answer or what should I put
Woops.! My bad. I had to derive this whole equation with the power rule of derivative hehe
f(x)=2x^3+9x^2-60x+4
this polynomial is not factorable.. do I just put no x values as the answer or what should I put
Woops.! My bad. I had to derive this whole equation with the power rule of derivative hehe
Well, I would use the word "differentiate" rather than "derive" but, yes, the slope of the tangent line to the graph of y= f(x), at x= a, is f'(a). A line is horizontal if and only if that slope is 0: f'(x)= 0. You need to solve f'(x)= 0.