The highest and lowest value of the curve of the equation.
The equation is,
Here the equation is,
Now the highest and lowest value of the equation can be determined by differentiating the equation,
Differentiating the equation,
Now, substituting the value of y in the above equation,
Again putting the value of in the above equation, we get,
Now considering all the values of x and y and putting them in the equation, we get the highest point is .
The lowest point of the curve is .
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