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To find the minimum or maximum we need to find a point on the function where its slope is zero. So, we differentiate f(x) and set it equal to zero: f'(x)=0, f'(x) = 6x -2 = 0, x=1/3 Substitute into f(x) t...

First, we expand by using binomial expansion (it is always helpful to draw Pascal's triangle to find each term's coefficients): 1 1 1 2 11 3 3 1Since the function is raised to the...

When we try to simply compute y(0) we get 1 to infinity, which is indeterminate (we means we can either get 0, 1, infinity or God knows what else!). The way we want to approach these types of exercises is...

Having learned a lot about the arithmetic and geometric sequences, most people are used to expressing the n^{th} term of a sequence un in the form u_{n}=u_{1}+d(n-1) for the arithm...

Before attempting to re-arrange the equation, we take an organic approach to looking at asymptotes:1) What happens to y when x=0 and when x -> infinity? What happens to x when y=0 and when y -> infi...