i just have issues with the algebra, i can take the derivative, but then im stuck. thanks for any help in advance! An electric current, , in amps, is given by where is a constant. What are the maximum and minimum values of I?
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Originally Posted by purplegirl1818 i just have issues with the algebra, i can take the derivative, but then im stuck. thanks for any help in advance! An electric current, , in amps, is given by where is a constant. What are the maximum and minimum values of I? Solve dI/dt = 0. Show all the work you've done and where you get stuck. By the way, there's also a non-calculus way of doing this that involves re-writing the expression for current as .
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