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1. C2: Page 139 Can anyone please help me to answer this question: The diagram shows the curve with equation y=3+5x+x^2-x^3. The curve touches the x-axis at A and cross the x-axis at C. The points A an B area stationary points a) show that C has coordinates (3,0)
2. (Original post by Sheldon Cooper10)
C2: Page 139 Can anyone please help me to answer this question: The diagram shows the curve with equation y=3+5x+x^2-x^3. The curve touches the x-axis at A and cross the x-axis at C. The points A an B area stationary points a) show that C has coordinates (3,0)
Crosses the x-axis at C, so what does that tell, you... y=0, solve the cubic Also if its said ''show that'' C has coordinates this means is a factor

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