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So guys I had a query regarding a quartic graph. So I just wanted to know how we worked out the part where the curve is?. Like of course I can easily go through the points. But I’m never sure on how low to go. Does it matter? Name:  D84D3167-F140-44B8-B383-17321A0EA117.jpg.jpeg
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I have attached a picture to show you which part. Thanks.
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(Original post by Smoky saif)
So guys I had a query regarding a quartic graph. So I just wanted to know how we worked out the part where the curve is?. Like of course I can easily go through the points. But I’m never sure on how low to go. Does it matter? Name:  D84D3167-F140-44B8-B383-17321A0EA117.jpg.jpeg
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I have attached a picture to show you which part. Thanks.
Hiya :hi:
Popped your thread into maths, science and technology academic help so you may get some more responses :yes:
Have a great day,
Cheese :bump:
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It only matters how low you go if you are sketching another curve in the same axis. otherwise it is just a ‘sketch’ so general shape and axis intersections need to be shown
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Hiya :hi:
Popped your thread into maths, science and technology academic help so you may get some more responses :yes:
Have a great day,
Cheese :bump:
Thanks for moving it, BUT the "maths, science..." forum is an umbrella forum and is little visited. It needs to be in the maths study help subforum.
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Thanks for moving it, BUT the "maths, science..." forum is an umbrella forum and is little visited. It needs to be in the maths study help subforum.
I think I've moved it there now? Hopefully this is better :yy:
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You could find the stationary points by calculating dy/dx then find when it equals 0. Then find the y coordinate at those points.
But the question probably doesn't require that.
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