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# The function f has continuous second derivatives, and a critical point at (-9,-10). Suppose fxx(-9,-10) = 8, fxy(-9,-10) = 4, fyy(-9,-10) = 13 Then the point (-9,-10): A. is a local maximum B. cannot be determined C. is a local minimum D. is a saddle point E. None of the above

The function f has continuous second derivatives, and a critical point at (-9,-10). Suppose fxx(-9,-10) = 8, fxy(-9,-10) = 4, fyy(-9,-10) = 13 Then the point (-9,-10): A. is a local maximum B. cannot be determined C. is a local minimum D. is a saddle point E. None of the above

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