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Find the point (x0, yo) on the graph of y x3 9x2 8x - 4, at which the slope of the tangent line has its minimum value
(Enter your answer as a coordinate point in the form (*, *).)
(x0, yo)
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Find the point (x0, yo) on the graph of y x3 9x2 8x - 4, at which the slope of the tangent line has its minimum value (Enter your answer as a coordinate point in the form (*, *).) (x0, yo)

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Step 1

Given:

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y = x +9x28x-4

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Step 2

The slope of the tangent line is computed as follows.

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dy m =- = 3x2 +18x +8

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Step 3

Now obtain the point at which the slope of the tangent line has its minimum value as sho...

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6x+18 0 -18 =-3 Since the second derivative 6 0, the minimum occurs at x

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