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find all local maxima and minima (the yvalues) and the vales where they occur
g(x) x absolute value 2x+5 absolute value

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"g(x) x absolute value 2x+5 absolute value"
is not very clear to me.
Is it
g1(x)= x*2x+5, or is it
g2(x)= x*2x+5, or is it something else?
Usually the absolute function makes a kink when the expression becomes negative, and hence produces a local maximum or minimum.
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