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.

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

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

Problem Answer:

The slope of the curve is equal to 2/5

Solution:

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