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(1+2+2 points) Consider the function given by f(1) = 14 -8.12 (a) Compute the derivative of f (r) - x - 812. (b) Find all critical number(s) of f(r)...
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9. (1+2+2 points) Consider the function given by
f(1) = 14 -8.12
(a) Compute the derivative of f (r) - x - 812.
(b) Find all critical number(s) of f(r) and fill in the following table.
Intervals of x
Sign of f'(r)
Behaviour of y = f(x)
(c) Find all inflection point candidate(s) and fill in the following table.
Intervals of x
Sign of f" (x)
Behaviour of y = f(z)
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