OpenStudy (anonymous):

if f(x)=(x^2/2)lnx - (3/4)x^2 = c and f(1) = 6, find c

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

this is 2 eazy....... just take the equation and substitute directly

5 years ago
hartnn (hartnn):

f(1)=6 -----> put x=1 in f(x),and since ln 1 =0, -3/4*(1)=c will directly give u value of c

5 years ago
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