Find the absolute max and min values of the function, if they exist, over the indicated interval. F(x) = x (square root of x+3) ; [-3,6]
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Originally Posted by littlesohi Find the absolute max and min values of the function, if they exist, over the indicated interval. F(x) = x (square root of x+3) ; [-3,6] The critical numbers are given by So should be an extreme point. So to determine whether it's a max or min you can just examine points write around and see if they are less than or great than .
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