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Q 6) Suppose that f4) is continuous and f'(c)
Does f(x) have a local maximum, minimum or a point of inflection at c? Justify
= f"(c) = f"(c) = 0, but f(4)0.
your answer.
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Q 6) Suppose that f4) is continuous and f'(c) Does f(x) have a local maximum, minimum or a point of inflection at c? Justify = f"(c) = f"(c) = 0, but f(4)0. your answer.

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At x=c both f'(c) and f"(c) equals 0. This means we can not have any local minimum or maximum at x=c.

Because f"(c)=0 means f'(x) is neither...

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