(a) on the interval [-1,0.5 and (b) on the interval [0.5,3]Find the absolute extrema if they exist, as well as all values of x where they occcur, for the function f(x) 2x -3y 3(a) Identify the absolute maximum on the interval [-1,0.5] if it exists. Select the correct choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choiceO A. The absolute maximum iswhich occurs at x(Round the absolute maximum to two decimal places as needed. Type an exact answer for the value of x where the maximum occurs. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.)BThere is no absolute maximum.

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(a) on the interval [-1,0.5 and (b) on the interval [0.5,3]
Find the absolute extrema if they exist, as well as all values of x where they occcur, for the function f(x) 2x -3y 3
(a) Identify the absolute maximum on the interval [-1,0.5] if it exists. Select the correct choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice
O A. The absolute maximum is
which occurs at x
(Round the absolute maximum to two decimal places as needed. Type an exact answer for the value of x where the maximum occurs. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.)
B
There is no absolute maximum.
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(a) on the interval [-1,0.5 and (b) on the interval [0.5,3] Find the absolute extrema if they exist, as well as all values of x where they occcur, for the function f(x) 2x -3y 3 (a) Identify the absolute maximum on the interval [-1,0.5] if it exists. Select the correct choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice O A. The absolute maximum is which occurs at x (Round the absolute maximum to two decimal places as needed. Type an exact answer for the value of x where the maximum occurs. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) B There is no absolute maximum.

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Step 1

Given,

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f(x) 2x-3r3 -(1)

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Step 2

Take the derivative of equation (1),

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d 2x-3x3 f'(x)= d d (2x) 3x3 2 =2-3 (x*)= (x)=1. 1 f'(x)2-2x (2)

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For critical points, take deriv...

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f(x)0 2-2x 30 2.x =2 x31 x1, x 0undefined at this point.]

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