# Math

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if a polynomial function is of degree n, then the graph will have n-1 relative maximum and minimum points.
Is this: Always True, Sometimes True, or Never True?
It's really confusing me.

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It is sometimes true. n-1 would be the SUM of the number of relative maxima and minima. It cannot be higher than n-1.

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