If the minimum of f=x^2 – m*x + 3 is – 1 then what is m value?

# If the minimum of f=x^2 – m*x + 3 is – 1 then what is m value?

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If the minimum of f=x^2 – m*x + 3 is – 1 then what is m value?

f(x) = x^2 – mx + 3 Let us calculate the first derivative and find critical values: f'(x) = 2x -m 2x -m = 0 ==> x = m/2 (criticl value) Then the exrtreme value is f(m/2) = -1 ==> f(m/2) =…

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