# Calc

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Set the first derivative and second derivative of x^2/x-2 equal to 0. Solve for 0.

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so, did you do that? I think you meant to solve for x. Naturally, solving for 0 will yield 0.

So, what did you get? I'd be particularly interested in the solution for f''(x) = 0.

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