I need some help with this problem
What is the maximum slope of the curve y=4x^2-3x^3
- I got as far as y=8x-9x^2
now Im stuck, any help is appreciated
So you have the slope of the curve: $\displaystyle y' = 4x^{2} - 3x^{3}$
Good. Now, if you want to find the maximum value of y' (the slope of the curve), what would you have to do?
It is the same process as what you would do if you were asked to find the maximum value that y has.
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...84-slopes.html <-----Check out this thread.
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