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At what value would the derivative..

1) At what value(s) of x, if any, would the value of the derivative be equal to zero?

A) When x=c and x=e only.

B) When x=b only.

C) When x=a, x=b, x=c, and x=d.

D) When x=a, x=b, and x=d.

Here, I put C.

2) At what value(s) of x would the derivative not exist?

A) When x=c and x=e only.

B) When x=c only.

C) When x=a, x=b, x=d, and x=e only.

D) When x=a, x=b, and x=d only.

Here, I put A.

Am I right on these?

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what function? It didnt give a function, just the graph

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Hello, salma!

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1) At what value(s) of $\displaystyle x$, if any, would the value of the derivative be equal to zero?

A) When $\displaystyle x=C$ and $\displaystyle x=E$ only.

B) When $\displaystyle x=B$ only.

C) When $\displaystyle x=A,\:x=B,\:x=C,\:x=D$

D) When $\displaystyle x=A,\:x=B,\:x=D$

. . Here, I put C. . . . . no

There is a *vertical* tangent at C.

The derivative is DNE (does not exist).

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2) At what value(s) of $\displaystyle x$ would the derivative not exist?

A) When $\displaystyle x=C$ and $\displaystyle x=E$ only.

B) When $\displaystyle x=C$ only.

C) When $\displaystyle x=A,\:x=B,\:x=D,\:x=E$ only.

D) When $\displaystyle x=A,\:x=B,\:x=D$only.

. . Here, I put A. . . . . no

You are half-right.

The derivative is DNE at $\displaystyle x = C.$

But the derivative *does* exist at $\displaystyle x = E.$

The point itself does not exist.

But you can sketch the tangent line there, can't you?

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umm ok I think i got it now, so for the 1st one, would it be D then?

and then the 2nd one would be B