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Find the point or points on the curve which the curvature is a maximum for

a. y=ex

b. xy=1

any help is greatly appreciated. I really am stuck here!

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Find the point or points on the curve which the curvature is a maximum for

a. y=ex

b. xy=1

any help is greatly appreciated. I really am stuck here!

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Is that eGiuseppe said:

Find the point or points on the curve which the curvature is a maximum for

a. y=ex

b. xy=1

any help is greatly appreciated. I really am stuck here!

Do you know the formula for curvature? If so, find the curvature of each, then optimize it! If not, then that is what you should look up first

By the way, like I have mentioned a few times here:

[tex]\kappa=\frac{|\mathbf{r}'\times\mathbf{r}''|}{|\mathbf{r}'|^3}[/tex]

You can use r = (x)i + (e

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ah , i think i got it. thanks, i was being stupid

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