Help me with this. Can you tell me what is your value of x.Thanks i dunno where went wrong..
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Can't read the text in the figure. To get the stationary point, find the dy/dx and then set that to zero. The x there will give the stationary point.
Originally Posted by maybeline9216 Help me with this. Thanks Fortunately I have a degree in Egyptology majoring in heiroglyphics. The curve is . Solve for x and substitute the value into y: . Therefore .
Originally Posted by ticbol Can't read the text in the figure. To get the stationary point, find the dy/dx and then set that to zero. The x there will give the stationary point. Click the attached file and then click it again to get a better view
Originally Posted by maybeline9216 Click the attached file and then click it again to get a better view Hmmpph .... So in fact only my mathematical skills were required.
can you tell me how to get the value of x from here. Its because i tried to use the substitution method to get x For eg. Let x=e^x/2 But i got a different answer.Can you show me another method? P.S.My dy/dx is correct
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Fortunately I have a degree in Egyptology majoring in heiroglyphics. Wow! What is that?? lols
Originally Posted by maybeline9216 can you tell me how to get the value of x from here. Its because i tried to use the substitution method to get x For eg. Let x=e^x/2 But i got a different answer.Can you show me another method? P.S.My dy/dx is correct Originally Posted by Mr Fantastic [snip] Mr F edit: Multiply both sides by : . [snip] ..
Thanks!!that's so much easier!
Sorry.... i have another qn, how do u get this(see above) ?
Originally Posted by maybeline9216 Sorry.... i have another qn, how do u get this(see above) ?
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