MAT135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maxima And Minima

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4.2 Critical Points, Local Maxima, and Local Minima
Recall from Chapter 3, when we set
'( ) 0
and solve for ‘x’, we determine critical points which could be
a local maximum value or local minimum value of
The ‘x’ value of the critical points are called __________________________________
First Derivative Test:
o Used to check if a critical point is a local max or local min
o If
'( )
changes from _____________________ to _______________________ at ‘c’, then the
critical point is a local _______________ of
o If
'( )
changes from _____________________ to _______________________ at ‘c’, then the
critical point is a local _______________ of
o If
'( )
does not change sign at ‘c’, then the critical point is neither a local max nor min
Example 1: Given
43 2
( ) 8 18
=+, determine the critical points and determine if it is a local maximum or local
minimum. Sketch the graph.
Homework: pg 178-180 #1, 2, 3ab, 5, 7abc, 8, 9, 10
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