why maximum height of slop is 0(means dy/dx=0
Asked by rohitmitali07 | 7th Jun, 2021, 07:30: PM
Whenever the slope of the curve is 0.
This means, derviative of the function is 0.
So, the function is a constant function.
The graph of such curve will be either parallel to x-axis or y-axis.
And so the slope attains its maximum height.
Thus, the maximum height becomes 0
Answered by Renu Varma | 8th Jun, 2021, 11:16: AM
- section formula
- the distance of the point(5,0)and(-3,0) from X-axis
- what is abisca
- Let us find a point on x axis which is equidistant from the two points (3,5) and (1,3)
- if (a,b)=(5,17)then the value of a and b
- but sir I don't understand what is quadrant
- if the coordinate of two points are A( -2,-5) and B(4,-6) then ( abscissa of A) - (abscissa of B) is
- Please solve it
- the perpendicular distance of the point X(5,6)from X-Axis is
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