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Suppose a curve is defined by the equati on
y2 = x*(2- x). What is the equation of the line
tangent to the curve at (1,-1)?
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Suppose a curve is defined by the equati on y2 = x*(2- x). What is the equation of the line tangent to the curve at (1,-1)?

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Step 1

Given curve

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y2x (2-x)

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Step 2

Given point on the curve (1, -1)

Step 3

To determine tangent to the given point of the curve

We determine tangent of the cur...

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() (2-x)) dx dx r +(2-x)3x -x' +(2-x)3x 2y dy dx 2y dy x(2x)3x2 fA (2-x) dx

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