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8-47.

Given:

*y*^{2}=*x*−*x*^{3}: Homework Help ✎Find

. For what value of

*y*is there a vertical tangent to the graph?For what values of

*x*are there vertical tangents to the graph?Find

.

Implicit differentiation.

Find all *y*-values in which the denominator of the derivative = 0.

Use the original function to find the corresponding *x*-value for each *y*-value you found in part (b).

There will be three values of *x* that work. That means there will be three coordinate points in which the slope is vertical: ( ____, 0 ), ( ____, 0 ) and ( ____, 0 ). (Obviously, this is NOT a function!)

The 2nd-derivative must be written in terms of *x* and *y* only.