anonymous
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how to get the local extrema and points of inflection without a calculator
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anonymous
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freckles
  • freckles
you will need to calculate f' and the critical numbers and use first derivative test for local extrema sometimes you can use second derivative test (there is only sometimes when it is inconclusive) -- to find the POSSIBLE inflection points you solve f''=0 and may need to find when f'' does not exist but within the domain of the original function f to find if the point it is really an inflection point you will have to look at the concavity on both sides of this so called possible inflection point

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anonymous
  • anonymous
okay this is similar to what my txb is explaning it says if it's on an open interval f(c) is min
anonymous
  • anonymous
but I like ur explanation about inflection point! thanks again for ur help!

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