• anonymous
I messed up :( suppose we have a function on the interval [0,3] and we want to determine where the function is increasing and decreasing , and our critical numbers were 2 and 4 what I did it since 4 is not on the interval i put 0 and 3 and took numbers greater than 3 and smaller than 0 and between 0 and 3 :( what is the correct way ? should I put only 2 ? if I did , the function would be increasing all the time , so there will be no absolute max , but there was an absolute max and min.
Mathematics
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