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calc help! find the critical numbers of f if any. locate all relative extrema. f(x)=(x-3)^1/3

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please help :l
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there is no critical point, but we have a point the the function is not defined, where x = 3

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i get stuck on the part where i have finished getting the derivative and have to get the x's
yes because we get 1 = 0 whitch is false, that is not good, but them we have to see the function, what number will make a division by 0? ohh it's when x = 3 hum..., and the form of the function is hyperbolic... so you get in this conclusion
? can u explain this please? sorry
look we get this: |dw:1351215328920:dw|
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