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1. y=x^(3/2)+48/x, x>0
Find the value of x and the value of y when dy/dx=0

Thank you!!
2. How can you express as something you can differentiate?

Once you've differentiated it, you can substitute your value of into the equation to find x, and use your original equation (y=) to find y.
3. (Original post by 0katee)
y=x^(3/2)+48/x, x>0
Find the value of x and the value of y when dy/dx=0

Thank you!!
Ok since you asked for it... even though you're not supposed to give full solutions
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