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do you know how to find critical points? I'm guessing you should.
I taught i did ...but i keep getting the wrong answer....i just need a fresh new set of set....im taking an online class it and it explains less
Originally Posted by yeatch I taught i did ...but i keep getting the wrong answer....i just need a fresh new set of set....im taking an online class it and it explains less solve $\dfrac {df}{dx}(x)=0$ for $x$ to find your critical points.
After i find the critical point of the derivative, whats next??
Originally Posted by yeatch After i find the critical point of the derivative, whats next?? $\dfrac {d^2f}{{dx}^2}(x_{crit})>0 \Rightarrow x_{crit} \mbox{ is a local minimum. }$ $\dfrac {d^2f}{{dx}^2}(x_{crit})<0 \Rightarrow x_{crit} \mbox{ is a local maximum. }$
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