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  1. #1
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    Graphing help

    <br />
f(0)=f(2)=0<br />
    <br />
f'(x)>0,f''(x)>0<br />
    (if x<1)
    <br />
f'(1)=0<br />
    <br />
f'(x)<0,f''(x)<0 <br />
    (if x>1)

    Anyone know how to graph this
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  2. #2
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    hmm

    hm.. I don't know. Won't the sudden shift in concavity and slope make the f'(1) undefined? does anyone else see how that can be 0?
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