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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

If an object moves along the y axis (marked in feet) so that its position at time x (in seconds) is given by the indicated function; y= (x^3)-(9x^2)+15x;

Find when v=0

2. Relevant equations

v=y prime, and i already have found y prime to be (3x^2)-(18x)+15

3. The attempt at a solution

I checked the selected answers in the back of the book and did a little plug and chug and called it a day..... haha. I'm assuming theres a more relevant process so any help is mucho appreciated. thanks.

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# Homework Help: High school calc problem

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