# The curve Y= X^3-3x has a slope 3 at two points. Find the two points?

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We need to differentiate the equation of the line to find the gradient function:

We want to find the point at which the slope is a certain value, so we set the gradient function equal to the slope and solve the equation:

Now we can solve this to find the x-coordinates. Then we substitute this into the equation of the line to find the y values.

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