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Asked Dec 3, 2019
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4.) y=te-t with an inflection point at t=2

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Step 1

In order to find the inflection point, find the second derivative of the given function and equate it with zero.

The given function is y = ...

dy d
(te")
dt dt
=e-et
d2y d
dt
= e't -2e
e-et)
t
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dy d (te") dt dt =e-et d2y d dt = e't -2e e-et) t

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