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If $y=5 x^{2}+3,$ then the tangent at $x=0, y=3$
(A) passes through $x=0, y=0$
(B) has a slope of +1
(C) is parallel to the $x$ -axis
(D) has a slope of -1



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If $y=5 x^{2}+3,$ then the tangent at $x=0, y=3$
(A) passes through $x=0, y=0$
(B) has a slope of +1
(C) is parallel to the $x$ -axis
(D) has a slope of -1

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Answer Key / Explanation : (C) -

is parallel to the $x$ -axis

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