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posted by Brian .
f(x)=(x+2)^34. The point (2, 4) is which of the following?
A) An absolute maximum
B) An absolute minimum
C) A critical point but not an extremum.
D) Not a critical point
E) None of these
I think the answer is C, am I right?

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