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Asked Sep 22, 2019
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How do you find the values of x where the given function , f , has the given slope , m.

. f(x) 4x2 -3x- 1, m
-1
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. f(x) 4x2 -3x- 1, m -1

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Step 1

Slope is nothing but the derivative of the curve.

So we find the derivative of the given curve

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m - f'(x) 4(2x)3 — 8х — 3

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Step 2

Given that the slope is -1, therefore

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-3 = -1 8r 2 1 x = 4

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Step 3

Now substituting the value of x in...

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= 4 -3 -1 1 3 -1 44 3 2 |

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