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(a) Find the slope of the curve y=x^2-5x-4 at the point P(3,-10) by finding the limit of the secant slopes through point P. (b) Find an equation of the tangent line to the curve at P(3,-10)

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  1. klimenkov
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    Can you take a derivative from \(y\) ? If you can, please, do it.

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  2. clavoie
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    I don't know

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  3. klimenkov
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    Please, read about the derivative. And ask again.

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    yes you can. the slope is one. I don't know how to make a tangent equation though.

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