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locate the critical point for the function h(x) =√8−6x^2 By critical points,

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    find h'(x) and then equal it to 0 to find critical point, also find the points for which h'(x) is not defined since those are critical points as well

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    can we solve this step by step

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    so far i got this: \[-12x/2\sqrt{8-6x^2}\]

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