Posted by **Esther** on Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 8:14pm.

How do you figure out the minimum and maximum for the graph of a function (without having a list of data, just looking at the graph?) Would you right both of the minimums (there's two points that are equally low), one of them or do something different? Thanks.

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