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Horizontal Tangents
SocRchika12-dis
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Sep 07, 2003
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Sep 07, 2003
03:00 AM
Horizontal Tangents
How do you find the horizontal tangent of an equation?
The equation is f(x)=-2x^2-3x+4 or f(x)=2x^2-3x+4
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TKHunny
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The slope of a horizontal line is zero.
Find where the first derivative of your function is zero.
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