8 Answered Questions for the topic Inflection Point

11/22/15

#### find domain, range, max, min, inc, dec, con cavity, abs max min

F(x)=2x4-3x3-10x2+20, find domain, range, maximum, minimum, increasing, decreasing, concavity, inflection points, absolute max/min?

Inflection Point

11/27/14

#### how to find point of inflection ?

i have 5 set of data
when i plotting these data , i got straight line but in the end it bend to the right side.
by calculating r2, i knew that i got straight line by removing the two points where...
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11/16/14

#### Having trouble calculating concave up and concave down?

Here is the question I am having trouble withL
Calculate the second derivative of f. Find where f is concave up, concave down, and has inflection points. f(x)= (3x^2) / (x^2 + 49)?*I figured...
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10/29/13

#### Please help me with a few questions I don't understand from my homework. Thank you!

1. If a>0, show that the function f(x)=(x^5)+ax-1 has precisely one real root.
2. Find the critical points and apply the second derivative test (or state that it fails).
(a)...
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12/29/12

#### Which statement is not true of the graph f(x)= (x+1)(x-3)^2?

How do you solve this problem? Which is the right answer and why?
a) f has a relative maximum at (1/3, 256/27)
b) f has a point of inflection at (3,0)
c) f has an intercept at (3,0)
d) f has a...
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12/29/12

#### Let f(x) be a polynomial function such that f(-2)=5, f'(-2)=0 and f"(-2)=3. The point (-2,5) is which of the following for the graph of f?

How do you figure out this problem. Which is the correct answer choice and why?
a) relative maximum
b) relative minimum
c) intercept
d) inflection point
e) none of these

12/29/12

#### Let f(x) be a polynomial function such that f(4)= -1, f'(4)=2 and f"(4)=0. If x<4, then f"(x)<0 and if x>4, then f"(x)>0.

The point (4,-1) is which of the following for the graph of f?
How do you figure out this problem. Which answer choice is right and why?
a) relative maximum
b) relative minimum
c) critical...
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