Find the extreme points for the following function: y = 6x^2 - 15x + 7 a. x = 30 b. x = 32 c. x =...

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Find the extreme points for the following function:

{eq}y = 6x^2 - 15x + 7 {/eq}

a. x = 30

b. x = 32

c. x = 54

d. x = 15

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Answer and Explanation:

Extreme points are where the slope/gradient of a function is equal to zero. That point is found by taking the derivative of a function and equating it...

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