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It looks like a double ski ramp...going down, min, then up, then way down to the bottom of the hill, then up slightly, then down. The first minimum is greater than the small rise at the bottom

Sketch the graph of a differentiable function y = f(x) with this property:

A local minimum value that is greater than one of its local maximum values.

Sorry for the double post. Thanks.

How do you do this? Can you please clarify?

I am not sure if this is going to help but if you go to answers . com or google you will probably find somethign.Or you can check in your math book to see if it is there.Please report to me.Thanks!
Margie~

I googled, and it's not in my book either. :(

oH SORRY!WELL UM...LET ME SEE,WHAT MATH CLASS ARE YOU IN?MAYBE I CAN CHECK IN MINE!

oH LOL!I AM ONLY IN GEOMETRY!SORRY BUT UM CAN YOU HELP ME AND MY FRIEND MARTHA?PLEASE!!!:(SHE POSTED ALL THE PROBLEMS WE DON'T GET FROM OUR 105 ? STUDY GUIDE!!!PLZ HELP!

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oH LOL!I AM ONLY IN GEOMETRY!SORRY BUT UM CAN YOU HELP ME AND MY FRIEND MARTHA?PLEASE!!!:(SHE POSTED ALL THE PROBLEMS WE DON'T GET FROM OUR 105 ? STUDY GUIDE!!!PLZ HELP!

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