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Asked Oct 23, 2019

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Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of *f* on the given interval.

f(x) =x/(x^{2}-x+4), [0, 6]

Step 1

Obtain the first derivative of the given function.

Step 2

Set *f* ′(*x*) = 0 and obtain the critical numbers.

Step 3

Apply the extreme values of the given interval and the ...

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