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Given p(x)=x^4+ax^3+bx^2+cx+d,such that x=0 is the only real root of p'(x)=0.If p(1)<p(1),then in the interval [1,1],which is maximum and minimum of p(1) and p(1)?:
a)p(1) is minimum and p(1) is maximum.
b)p(1) is not minimum and p(1) is maximum.
c)neither p(1) is minimum nor p(1) is maximum.
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