# calculus

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Use a graph of f(x) = 3 e^{-8 x^2} to estimate the x-values of any critical points and inflection points of f(x). critical points x=
Inflection points x=
Next, use derivatives to find the x-values of any critical points and inflection points exactly.
critical points x=
Inflection points x=

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