im having trouble understanding my textbook. Question: Use Calculus to determine any stationary points on the curve . i found that x= √3. the book then explians that y=2√3+(6/√3)(√3/√3) where does the extra √3/√3 come from?
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Originally Posted by Derivative of Man im having trouble understanding my textbook. Question: Use Calculus to determine any stationary points on the curve . i found that x= √3. the book then explians that y=2√3+(6/√3)(√3/√3) where does the extra √3/√3 come from? They are rationalising the denominator: .
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