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Determine the minimum of the following function. Y = x2 – 14x + 6
calculus way or algebra? lol
you can use the calculus way differentiate it equal to 0 get the values double diffrentiate to get minimum and max. value at what value of x and substitute it in the original equation
you get it? or did i sound greek?
vertex = 14/2 = 7 value of function at x=7 = 49 - 14(7) + 6 = -43 = minimum value