Extreme Value Theorm

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How is Extreme Value Theorm correct for a constant function such as y=1 , where is the maximum and minimum????????
 

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The minimum and maximum are every where.
Recall that we say m is the minimum of f on a set A if it is true that
there exist a in A such that
f(a)=m and
m<=f(x) for all x in A

If we have for example
f(x)=11 for [-10,10]
we would say f has minimum 11 on [-10,10]
depending what we were trying to do we would might further say
The minimum of f is 11 and is achived for all x such that -10<=x<=10.
 
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Thanx man!!!!!!!!!!!! i got it.
 

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