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finding critical points with polynomial functions (attached)

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is it possible to use quadratic formula for this since it can't be factored...?
To find critical points you need to take a derivative.

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okay, so -6x-7
Now, set it equal to zero and find the roots. Those value(s) are your critical point(s).
i found one.
x=-7/6
Yes,
critical point is ((-7,6),0)?
it's marking me wrong.
why is it 0 when you clearly found the value to be \(\frac{7}{6}\)...
that's the problem.. after i find the critical point what do i do?
how would i write the point?
That is your only critical point.
just plug into original function?
yes but it has to be written as a point @abb0t
Yes, plug it into original.

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