Solution: Give the slope of the curve at the point (1, 1): y = (x^3/4) – 2x + 1

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Give the slope of the curve at the point (1, 1): y = (x^3/4) – 2x + 1

Problem Statement: ECE Board November 1991

Give the slope of the curve at the point (1, 1): y = (x^3/4) – 2x + 1

  • A. 1/4
  • B. -1/4
  • C. 1 1/4
  • D. -1 1/4

Problem Answer:

The slope of the curve is equal to -5/4

Solution:

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