Hello, can someone help me solve this question:y = √(x^2 - 6x + 13)find the coordinates of the point on the curve where the gradient is 0.

1Ian FowlerJan 09, 2021 · Edited: Jan 09, 2021I assume gradient means slope and not the normal.1) Find dy/dx2) You should get a fraction with x in both numerator and denominator.3) In order for a fraction to be 0, then the numerator must be 04) Set the numerator equal to 0 and solve for x5) Substitute that value of x back into the original to get the corresponding y valueYou should get (3,2)

I assume gradient means slope and not the normal.

1) Find dy/dx

2) You should get a fraction with x in both numerator and denominator.

3) In order for a fraction to be 0, then the numerator must be 0

4) Set the numerator equal to 0 and solve for x

5) Substitute that value of x back into the original to get the corresponding y value

You should get (3,2)

okay, thank you and yes it does mean the slope

let us know if you have trouble with step 1