Find the critical numbers on 0 < x < 2 f'(x) is undefined at and I figured the next answer was and because that makes the derivative 0, but isn't in the domain of the original function. So how would I go about finding the 0's?
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Originally Posted by Open that Hampster! Find the critical numbers on 0 < x < 2 correction ... yes, the original function and, therefore, its derivative are undefined at only solution in the interval [0,2] is x = 0
Ugh, I was messing the the math tags and it must have disappeared. The upper bound is 2 pi, not 2.
Originally Posted by Open that Hampster! Ugh, I was messing the the math tags and it must have disappeared. The upper bound is 2 pi, not 2. ok, then ... the original function and its derivative are undefined at and at , , and
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