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does sqr(2/3) have a minimum or maximum point?

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sqrt(2/3) is a single value. You sure you typed the correct question?
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Yes. when using derivatives and you want to find whether the function has a min or max.

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is that a double derivative of a fnxn?
yes
so if at a pt double derivative is greater than 0 that pt is the minimum and if it is greater than 0 it is the maximum.
so it can be both( max and min) right?
sqrt(2/3) isnt a function. its a constant. it cannot have a min or max.
look. differentiate the fnxn you got once. put that equal to zero. plug the solution you got in the double derivative. then follow what i wrote earlier.
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square root 2/3 is a constant function >it has no maximam or minimum the value always remains constant
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