I received this question on finding minimum gradient of a curve and it is confusing for many students as they probably lack the flexibility in seeing gradient beyond dy/dx.

I have presented this question in a slightly different manner by reducing the usage of first derivative (dy/dx) and second derivative (d^2y/dx^2).

Check the 3 minutes video by clicking on the video to find out the step-by-step solutions and the explanations.

Integration: The Reverse of Differentiation After I've completed my O-Level Maths Revision Differentiation workshop for a small group of Secondary 4 O-Level A-Maths students, I understood from t...

A-Math Differentiation with Ln Qn frm email (Additional Mathematics Question / A-Math Questions)
Differentiate ln square root (2x+4)
Hint#1: Bring out Laws of Ln which is some...

Differentiation Basic Techniques
The big thing for Sec 4 A-Math ( Oh yar, since this blog has quite a number of visitors from other countries, I think it is important for me to me...

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