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The polynomial function f(x) is defined by f(x)=-4x^4+9x^3+2x^2-7x-2.

Use a graphing calculator to find all the points where there is a local minimum.

Round to the nearest hundredth.

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This subject is not trig. You will have to use your own graphic calculator.

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