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a curve y=f(x) passes through points (0,1) and (1,8), and has a turning point at x=-1. given that d^3y/dx^3= 24x+24, find the equation of the curve

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Integrate twice. You will get dy/dx in terms of two unknown constants. Use the fact that dy/dx = 0 when x = -1 to get an equation in terms of the two constants. Integrate again to find y. Now use the remaining information.
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