exX5Find the absolute minimum value on (0,oo) for f(x) -4Select the corect choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice.O A. The absolute minimum is at x(Round to two decimal places as needed)O B. There is no absolute minimumClick to select and enter your answer(s) and then click Check AnswerAll parts showingClear Allre to searchO

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Find the absolute minimum value on (0,oo) for f(x) -
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Select the corect choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice.
O A. The absolute minimum is at x
(Round to two decimal places as needed)
O B. There is no absolute minimum
Click to select and enter your answer(s) and then click Check Answer
All parts showing
Clear All
re to search
O
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ex X 5 Find the absolute minimum value on (0,oo) for f(x) - 4 Select the corect choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer boxes to complete your choice. O A. The absolute minimum is at x (Round to two decimal places as needed) O B. There is no absolute minimum Click to select and enter your answer(s) and then click Check Answer All parts showing Clear All re to search O

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5e The given function is f(x)

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To find the absolute value of function, we have to do the first derivative test.

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First derivative test: Suppose that rcis a critical point of f(x) then, If f'(x)0 to the left of x cand f'(x)<0 to the right of x cthen x =cis a absolute maximum If f'(x)0 to the left of x cand f'(x)>0to the right of x c then x cis absolute minimum If f'(x)is the same sign on both sides of x cthen x =c is neither an absolute maximum nor absolute minimum

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We have to find the derivative of the given function e*x-4xe f'g-g'f f'(x)=5 using (x*)* 5e (x-4 f'(x)=

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