anonymous
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How do you test the critical points of a function if the second derivaive test quals zero? I know you have to use higher order tests, but I don't know what they are... Can anyone help?
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How do you test the critical points of a function if the second derivaive test quals zero? I know you have to use higher order tests, but I don't know what they are... Can anyone help?
Mathematics
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anonymous
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What are you testing the critical points for?
amistre64
  • amistre64
if the second derivative test is zero for the same values you found in the 1st derivative, you most likely have inflection points that are giving you a false reading in your 1st.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you can get your derivative into a fully factored form it's pretty easy to see if you have a min/max or inflection point.

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anonymous
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Make a sign diagram using the first derivative

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