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posted by Anonymous

Are endpoints also critical points?

I'm trying to find the critical points of a function on the interval [-1,5]. So far,the only critical point I have is 2. Does that mean -1 and 5 are also critical points?

  1. Damon

    only if it is horizontal there.

  2. Steve

    I hope it was not you who posted this earlier, where I explained it all.

  3. Anonymous

    Yeah, how dare I ask for clarification on something I'm trying to understand.

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