Consider the graph of y= f '(x)| shown below. Give the largest value of x| where the graph of f(x)| has a point of inflection.
The inflection points of a function are closely linked to the behavior of the first derivative:
at the local ends of the first derivative of the function, the inflection points of the function are reached.
Answer and Explanation:
The largest value of the independent where the graph of the function has a point of inflection is 1, at this point the derivative of the function has a local extreme.
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from Math 104: CalculusChapter 10 / Lesson 6