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© Annie Patton 2007 Paper 1 No 7 Next Slide
© Annie Patton Leaving Certificate 2007 Higher Level Paper 1 no 7(a) Start clicking when you want to see the answer. Next Slide
© Annie Patton Find the equation of the tangent to the curve 3x 2 +y 2 =28 at the point(2,-4) Leaving Certificate Higher No 7(b) (1) Paper Continued Start clicking when you want to see the answer.
© Annie Patton Find the equation of the tangent to the curve 3x 2 +y 2 =28 at the point (2,-4) continued Next Slide Leaving Certificate Higher No 7(b) (1) Paper continued Start clicking when you want to see the answer.
© Annie Patton Leaving Certificate Higher No 7(b) (ii) Paper Start clicking when you want to see the answer. Next Slide
© Annie Patton Continued Leaving Certificate Higher no 7(c) paper Start clicking when you want to see the answer.
© Annie Patton Note only 1 root, therefore only 1 turning point. Continued Leaving Certificate Higher no 7(c) paper Start clicking when you want to see the answer.
© Annie Patton Graph of f (x) Leaving Certificate Higher no 7(c) paper
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