What is a non-stationary point of inflection?
Examples?
How to tell directly from looking?
Any test?
What is dy/dx and d2y/dx2 of a non-stationary point of inflection?
Say your function is f(x), and your point of inflection occurs at x = ξ. If f'(ξ) = 0, then your point is a stationary point of inflection; if f'(ξ) ≠ 0, then your point is a non-stationary point of inflection.
Say your function is f(x), and your point of inflection occurs at x = ξ. If f'(ξ) = 0, then your point is a stationary point of inflection; if f'(ξ) ≠ 0, then your point is a non-stationary point of inflection.