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Conditions:

a. f'(x)=0

b. f"(x)= 0

c. f'(x) = DNE

d. f = relative max

e. f = point of inflection

What I have so far (they can repeat I believe):

a. X0, X4

b. X3

c. X1

d. X2

e. X2

I'm sure something is wrong... Also, what would a f"=0 look like?

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