How do you solve for the following equations by se...

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  1. esther byrd
    esther byrd
    when we equate 2xy + 2y to 0 that is 2y(x+1)=0,this givesy=0 and x= -1
    Substituting y=0 in 6x2+y2+10x=0gives 2x(3x+5)=0 that is x=0 -5/3.Thus the critical points are(0,0) and (-5/3 ,0)
    Now substituting x= -1 in   gives
         that is . This gives the critical points (-1,2) and(-1,-2).               
  2. dylan martin
    dylan martin
    Thank you so much!

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