Posted by **Roy** on Monday, November 29, 2010 at 2:18pm.

Use the given derivative to find all critical points of 'f' and at each critical point determine whether a relative maximum, relative minimum, or neither occurs. Assume that 'f' is continuous everywhere.

f' (x) = (1-2x)/ ∛(x+3)

∛(x+3)in words is the cubeth root of (x+3) if its not clear.

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