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Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9Find the critical numbers of the function and describe the behavior of f at these numbers. (List your answers in increasing order.) f(x) = x^10(x - 2)^9

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Tutor Jack Kim

Find the first derivative using the product rule: f'(x) = x^10*9(x-2)^8 + (x-2)^...


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