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b is not arbitrary. The question is a little unclear, imo.
See attached Geogebra graph. As you can see, if b becomes too small, f doesn't have an inverse anymore. The minimum value for b is where f has its max.
That's the reason why you have to differentiate f: to calculate where it has its max.