calculus
posted by Denzel .
Find all critical numbers:
(x^2+12)(9x^2)?

ok. well first of all, use the product rule: f(x)g'(x) + g(x)f'(x) then set the derivative = to 0
(x^2 +12)(2x) + (9x^2)(2x)=0
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