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# Solution: COMPUTER EXPLORATIONSFind the inflection points ISBN: 9780321884077 57

## Solution for problem 124E Chapter 4.4

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Problem 124E

Problem 124E

COMPUTER EXPLORATIONS

Find the inflection points (if any) on the graph of the function and the coordinates of the points on the graph where the function has a local maximum or local minimum value. Then graph the function in a region large enough to show all these points simultaneously. Add to your picture the graphs of the function’s first and second derivatives. How are the values at which these graphs intersect the x-axis related to the graph of the function? In what other ways are the graphs of the derivatives related to the graph of the function? Step-by-Step Solution:

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Here, we have to find the inflection point of the given function. Then graph the function, its derivative and second derivative in the same plane and explain their relations. Step 2 of 5

Step 3 of 5

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Solution: COMPUTER EXPLORATIONSFind the inflection points