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Consider the function
f(x) = 7 x + 3 {x ^ 1 }. For this function there are four important intervals: (infinity, A], [A,B),(B,C), and [C,infinity) where A, B and C are either critical numbers or points at which f(x) is undefined. Find A, B and C
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