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Can someone help me with this question please??

so for i. I got k=90
for ii. I got y=5x+30 but I think it might be wrong
I'm not sure how to do iii - is it just differentiation and stationary points?
also don't know about iv.

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Your attachment doesn't seem to work.
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Can someone help me with this question please??

so for i. I got k=90
for ii. I got y=5x+30 but I think it might be wrong
I'm not sure how to do iii - is it just differentiation and stationary points?
also don't know about iv.
Use www.imgur.com to upload attachments. Never use the site itself.
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Your attachment doesn't seem to work.
edited it. does it work now?
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thanks for the link
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edited it. does it work now?
Yep. Your parts (i) and (ii) are correct. Part (iii) is to do with finding the stationary points, so differentiation is involved.

Last part is to do with finding where the curve obtains its maximum/minimum gradient.
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Yep. Your parts (i) and (ii) are correct. Part (iii) is to do with finding the stationary points, so differentiation is involved.

Last part is to do with finding where the curve obtains its maximum/minimum gradient.
how should I go about solving iv?
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how should I go about solving iv?
Use differentiation to find the max/min of Y=\dfrac{dy}{dx}
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Use differentiation to find the max/min of Y=\dfrac{dy}{dx}
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