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Homework Help: calculus--please helpp

Posted by krishna on Friday, October 14, 2011 at 1:54pm.

if the line 3x-4y=0 is tangent in hte first quadrant to the curve y=x^3+k, find k.

all i know is that its related to finding a derivative and i m basically completely lost....can please someone provide me some help?????

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