# Solution: Find the slope of the curve x^2 + y^2 – 6x + 10y + 5 + 0 at point (1, 0)

Find the slope of the curve x^2 + y^2 – 6x + 10y + 5 + 0 at point (1, 0). How to find the slope of the given curve at the given point.

#### Problem Statement: CE Board May 1998

Find the slope of the curve x^2 + y^2 – 6x + 10y + 5 + 0 at point (1, 0).
• A. 1/5
• B. 2/5
• C. 1/4
• D. 2

The slope of the curve is equal to 2/5

Solution:

### Latest Problem Solving in Differential Calculus (LIMITS & DERIVATIVES)

More Questions in: Differential Calculus (LIMITS & DERIVATIVES)

#### Search! Type it and Hit Enter

 We educate thousands of students a week in preparation for their licensure examinations. We provide professionals with materials for their lectures and practice exams. To help us go forward with the same spirit, contribution from your side will highly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Option 1 : \$5 USD Option 2 : \$10 USD Option 3 : \$15 USD Option 4 : \$20 USD Option 5 : \$25 USD Option 6 : \$50 USD Option 7 : \$100 USD Option 8 : Other Amount