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  1. hba
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    @ajprincess Hey :D

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    You good with diffrential calculus ?

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    @Callisto @ajprincess

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    sorry. nt much

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    Lets see, What is a stationary point ?

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    @ajprincess ?

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    no idea. plz do tell me.

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    A point where the function stops increasing or decreasing. The slope is Zero.

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    Let me put a question in front of you @Callisto If f(x)=ln(1+x^2),the stationary point will be ?

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    Working please.

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    I too got the same. guess u r right @callisto

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    Very good,You are right. Let me put another question in front of you. f(x)=sin(cosx)

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    Only the answer Now start working fast @ajprincess @Callisto Lets see who does it first :)

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