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posted by Angelina .
2x^3+3x^2120x
to find the critical numbers I took the derivative which is 6x^2+6x120 so divide by 6 to simplify
x^2+x20=0
so the critical numbers will be (4,0) and (5,0) but its wrong I don't know y?
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