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1. values of x, which f(x) has local minimum. 2. local maximum 3.absolute minimum 4. absolute maximum
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anonymous
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anonymous
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I tried so many answers, but none of them works

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anonymous
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what's the question
anonymous
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i dont see a function
anonymous
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the graph is the function
anonymous
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i see no graph?
anonymous
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attachment below the question
anonymous
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i see no attachment post again
anonymous
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Go to this link http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/4ebe3676e4b021de870b5a5f-moneybird-1321088655071-s301711104640setassignment8prob2image1.png
anonymous
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what answers have you tried
anonymous
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I think for absolute maximum is none and for absolute minimum is 5
anonymous
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I don't think it's necessary
anonymous
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absolute maximmum would be none i believe since there discontinuity at the point in which it would be a absolute
anonymous
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yeah, i am not sure about the point where x = 2
anonymous
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relative max at 3
anonymous
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i think it is neither a max or min due to discontinuity
anonymous
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Then is x=5 the local min and absolute min?
anonymous
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cause if you were to take the limit it'd be going to a different value
anonymous
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i want to say it's an absolute min not sure tho
anonymous
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actually the discontinuity that has a point would be a relative min i believe
anonymous
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the absolute min is the lowest point
anonymous
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local minimum: 2,5 local maximum: 0,3 absolute maximum: 0
anonymous
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0 is not a absolute max
anonymous
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because it's a whole at the max... therefore you can say the max is perhaps 4.9 but i'd say it's 4.999999
anonymous
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therefore there is no absolute max at that point
anonymous
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i'd say it looks like relative maxs at 3,8
anonymous
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why 0 is not absolute maximum in the graph??
anonymous
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because the point at which it would be maximum is a discontinuity?
anonymous
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local min would be 2 and absolute min would be 5
anonymous
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hmm.. looks like no absolute maxima
anonymous
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that's what i think it is also as you can't say the relative max, so this is what i believe the answers are but lol idk think about it for a little haha Absolute Max: None Absolute Min: 5 Relative Min: 2 Relative Max: 3,8
anonymous
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why not relative minima 5?
anonymous
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and how can u say relative maxima to be 8?
anonymous
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lol well you can't really idk haha it looks like it's slope is getting really close to 0 at 8
anonymous
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i guess you'd need more graph =/
anonymous
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but it may not be :D
anonymous
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yeah, i agree

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