I've taken Calculus 1, but it was a few years ago, so bear with me. I understand how to use derivitaves to find critical numbers, relative max's and min's, points of inflections, incresing, decreasing. all that good stuff.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

my question is, if I have two points I want a x^3 line pass through, how can i accomplish this?

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# Working backwards

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