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    turning points-maple maths

    Find, to 10 significant figures, the unique turning point of
    in the interval [1,2], =


    then,
    Find, to 10 significant figures, the value of the second derivative of at the turning point, that is . Enter your answer in the box below.


    this is for a maths question using the maple program, please help me, the answer is

    1.866079760 , -14.28914742
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    For what function?
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    the function:

    f(x)=3*sin(x^2/2)-sin(3*x/2)^2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rine198 View Post
    the function:

    f(x)=3*sin(x^2/2)-sin(3*x/2)^2
    Refer rule #6. Thread closed.
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