Urgent Math
posted by Brian .
Let f"(x)=4x^32x and let f(x) have critical values 1, 0, and 1. Determine which critical values give a relative maximum. A)1 B)0 C)1 D)1 and 1 E) none of these

look at f''(x) at 1,0,1
f"(1) = 2
f"(0) = 
f"(1) = 2
(A)
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