How do you find the local extreme of the function f(x)x^4-4x^2-9 using the first derivative test to find the local maximum points(s) and local
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How do you find the local extreme of the function f(x)x^4-4x^2-9 using the first derivative test to find the local

maximum points(s) and local minimum points(s) and the second derivative test to find the local maximum points and minimum points?

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The local maximum and minimum of a function occur at a value of x where the first derivative of the function... View the full answer

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