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Asked Nov 15, 2019
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How many critical points does ff have?

For each of the following questions, as your answer, list the labels of the relevant points. For instance, if a question asks you to identify the points at which the function has a local maximum, and the points at which the function has a local maximium are B, E, and H, then you should type BEH. If there are no points of the type asked for by a question, then type the word NONE .

Which points are critical points?

 

 

At which points does ff have a local maximum? 

 

 

At which points does ff have a local minium? 

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Step 1

Critical points: A critical point of a continuous function is a point at which the derivative is zero or undefined.

According to the graph,

There are only 2 critical points.

One is at point B and another is at point E.

Step 2

Local maximum: The graph of a function has a local maximum at the point where the graph changes from increasing to decreasing...

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