find the critical numbers of this function... g(y) = (y âˆ’ 2)/(y^2 âˆ’ 2y + 4)....I found the derivatives...but not sure the next step
equate the derivate to 0 and see what values you get for y
Just set it equal to zero and solve
for the numberator or denomentor?
the whole thing( the derivative)
Where it is zero and undefined.
suppose you got y/(y+1) as the derivative, you equate it to zero meaning y/(y+1) = 0
For that example. y/(y+1) you would consider y=0 and y=-1. Since you want where it is zero and undefined.
i didnt do it that way..can you show me..all i did was derivative and got a bizarre answers
Of course, what did you differentiate?
if 'a' is the derivative that you found , set it equal to =0 a=0
i did the denominator
honestly i can do fraction thats the only thing i hate in math... haha