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find the critical numbers of f,describe the open intervals on which f is increasing or decreasing locate all relative extrema
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help please ? find the critical numbers of f,describe the open intervals on which f is increasing or decreasing locate all relative extrema
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calculus...? whats the equation
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critical numbers are when derivative equals zero....right?
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EphiloBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@Best_Mathematician yes
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so the derivative is dw:1363827381385:dw
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set it equal to zero and find value of x
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satellite73Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
not to butt in, but you certainly don't need calculus for this it is a quadratic, therefore a parabola the leading coefficient is positive, so it open up the first coordinate of the vertex is \(4\) so it decrease on \((\infty, 4)\) and increases on \((4,\infty)\)
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@satellite73 is there any relative extrema here?
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