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Identify the coordinates of any local extreme values of the function f(x) and classify each as either a local maximum or minimum.

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\[\huge f(x)= e^{x ^{2}}\]
\[f(x)= (2x)ex^2\]
@AravindG @amistre64 ....might help u better than i do....

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Use 2nd derivative test.
How do i find the variables ?
first equate f'(x) to 0 .Then find the critical points
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How i can rearrange in such a way that i can find the CP
just - infinity?
no its at 0
and only 0
how would i solve for y then?
just sub o ?
cuz its 2x*e^x2
u know itll be 0 when the term u multiply by = 0
now u just need to check when e^x^2 will be zero, and see if that works too but it doesnt
because e^x^2 cannot have a negative exponent, and e^-inf = 0 so its not possible to have a - inf
only imaginary solution
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