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Explain why dy/dx at the maximum and minimum point is zero?


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dy/dx represents the slope of the graph at any instant. This means if you draw the tangent to the graph at any point, the tan of the angle that it makes with the x-axis gives you the slope.
At max or min, slope will become zero.

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