Consider the function

Find the points at which the graph of at has slope zero.

First, the derivative is given by

Then, the requirement that the graph of has slope zero at is asking for the points at which . So, we solve,

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Consider the function

Find the points at which the graph of at has slope zero.

First, the derivative is given by

Then, the requirement that the graph of has slope zero at is asking for the points at which . So, we solve,

Hi, you can help me with thats question, please

i dont understand this “x=(2n+1)pi

from Brazil, thanks