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How can you find all the turning points of a cubic function? i know the answer ;) but i want to see if anyone is answering.

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  1. anonymous
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    Take the derivative and solve for 0, then test the values?

  2. anonymous
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    eh...... not bad, i mean without calc. sorry :P

  3. anonymous
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    oh and the function _should_ be factorable, else it gets ugly

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    then expand the function and wherever x = 0 isnt it

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    nope, it's also based on degree what kind of turning point ;)

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