How to do I solve this problem? #3x^212=0#
I can't remember how to do these and just need step by step so I can finish the problem. This is only a portion of my calculus problem but I forget how to do this part. The whole problem is f(x) = x^312x+17 find the relative extreme points of the function if they exist. I did the first part and found the derivatives of the problem but now I am stuck at the next step which is what I posted for my question. It's been years since I took algebra so I forget. Thanks!
I can't remember how to do these and just need step by step so I can finish the problem. This is only a portion of my calculus problem but I forget how to do this part. The whole problem is f(x) = x^312x+17 find the relative extreme points of the function if they exist. I did the first part and found the derivatives of the problem but now I am stuck at the next step which is what I posted for my question. It's been years since I took algebra so I forget. Thanks!
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To solve the equation (3x^2  12 = 0), you can follow these steps:

Add 12 to both sides to isolate the term with (x^2): (3x^2 = 12)

Divide both sides by 3 to solve for (x^2): (x^2 = \frac{12}{3})

Simplify: (x^2 = 4)

Take the square root of both sides: (x = \pm \sqrt{4})

Simplify: (x = \pm 2)
So, the solutions to the equation are (x = 2) and (x = 2).
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