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I've differentiated the function, put = 0 but not sure where to go from here. Expanding them brackets makes it even more difficult to do anything :/ -

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2. (Original post by Yusufff)
Hello
I've differentiated the function, put = 0 but not sure where to go from here. Expanding them brackets makes it even more difficult to do anything :/ -

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Now solve for x.
3. (Original post by Yusufff)
Hello
I've differentiated the function, put = 0 but not sure where to go from here. Expanding them brackets makes it even more difficult to do anything :/ -

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It's not really different to solving a simple quadratic
Either 8x=0 or x^2-4=0

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4. (Original post by gdunne42)
It's not really different to solving a simple quadratic
Either 8x=0 or x^2-4=0

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Oh of course Thank you

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