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Calculus I: Determining Values of x of Horizontal, Vertical, and Non-Existant Tangent Lines

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Specify the values of x for which the tangent line to the graph is possibly horizontal, vertical, or does not exist.

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Specify the values of x for which the tangent line to the graph is possibly horizontal, vertical, or does not exist.

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Specify the values of x for which the tangent line to the graph is possibly horizontal, vertical, or does not exist.

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Specify the values of x for which the tangent line to the graph is possibly horizontal, vertical, or does not exist.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (2:26)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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