Finding coordinates and nature of stationary point (Application of Differentiation)

Watch the video for a few more important tips on handling this sort of question.

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4 Responses to A-Math: Find Coordinates and Nature of Stationery Point (Plus: Tips to note in Differentiation)

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There is a small error in your video clip on "A-Math: Find Coordinates and Nature of Stationery Point (Plus: Tips to note in Differentiation)" if I m not wrong.
-2x 4x 4x -2x
-4e (e - 3) + 4e (2e )

[...] Stationary points (Includes a video on the step by step solution) [...]

There is a small error in your video clip on "A-Math: Find Coordinates and Nature of Stationery Point (Plus: Tips to note in Differentiation)" if I m not wrong.

-2x 4x 4x -2x

-4e (e - 3) + 4e (2e )

-2x 4x 4x

= 4e ( -e + 3 + 2e )

-2x 4x

= 4e ( e + 3)

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alwaysLovely Reply:

March 9th, 2009 at 10:16 am

Thanks for informing me about it.

I have updated the changes.

:)

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