Applications of Differentiation – Stationary Points

Stationary Points

Finding the location and nature of Stationary Points involves using calculus to find the derivatives of functions and to find where the gradients are equal to zero.

Examples

  1. How To Find The Nature Of The Stationary Points Of A Quartic Function Using Differentiation.
  2. How To Find The Correct Statement About The Turning Points Of A Function That Has Had 3 Transformation Applied To It
  3. How To Find a b And c In A Cubic Equation That Has A Stationary Point At (2,15) And Is Also Passing Through A Given Point (0,7)

Example 1

How To Find The Nature Of The Stationary Points Of A Quartic Function Using Differentiation.

Example 2

How To Find The Correct Statement About The Turning Points Of A Function That Has Had 3 Transformation Applied To It

Example 3

How To Find a b And c In A Cubic Equation That Has A Stationary Point At (2,15) And Is Also Passing Through A Given Point (0,7)