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Topic: Building an Equation to find (Maximum Y) ie Highest Point on a curve!
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Re: Building an Equation to find (Maximum Y) ie Highest Point on a curve!
Posted: Sep 13, 2013 9:05 PM
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d_8 = 256b^2
+ 1024a^2

d_6 = -192(b^2)a
- 1024ac
- 768(a^3)

d_4 = -240(a^4)
- 168(a^2)(b^2)
+ 1920(a^2)c
- 27(b^4)
+ 288(b^2)c
+ 256(c^2)

d_2 = -16(a^5)
- 4(a^3)(b^2)
+ 384(a^3)c
- 1280a(c^2)
+ 144a(b^2)c

d_0 = 256(c^3)
+ 16(a^4)c
- 128(a^2)(c^2)

Could quasi or someone else please Confirm/Verify that there is no typing-error in the above solution


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