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 Jan 28, 2016

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This should help for 4.

 

turning points

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For 5. differentiate V(h) with respect to h and set the result to 0 to get the values of h at the turning points (it might be an idea to plot a graph to see which is at the minimum and which at the maximum).  Then substitute these values back into V(h). 

 Jan 28, 2016
edited by Alan  Jan 28, 2016
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Best Answer

This should help for 4.

 

turning points

.

 

For 5. differentiate V(h) with respect to h and set the result to 0 to get the values of h at the turning points (it might be an idea to plot a graph to see which is at the minimum and which at the maximum).  Then substitute these values back into V(h). 

Alan Jan 28, 2016
edited by Alan  Jan 28, 2016
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Thank you!

 Jan 28, 2016

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