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I know the answers I just don’t know how to do it . I differentiated the equation and tried to make simultaneous equations for an hour now and I still can’t get my head around it. I know m=0 is the stationary point so the min/max of the quadratic
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(Original post by jamiee2004)

I know the answers I just don’t know how to do it . I differentiated the equation and tried to make simultaneous equations for an hour now and I still can’t get my head around it. I know m=0 is the stationary point so the min/max of the quadratic
That question is much too small and blurred for me to see, I'm afraid.
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Oh ffs 😂sorry
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I can vaguely see the question, but I’ll tell you genetically.

Differentiate the equation and sub in the x value that is the stationary point, setting it all equal to 0.

You have two points, so you can sub in x and y values.

By doing these steps this should help you solve the question. If you need any more help feel free to ask.
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