The solutions of f''(x) = 0 are the x-coordinates of possible inflection points on the curve y = f(x), where f'' denotes the second derivative of f. The second derivative of f(x) = e(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{sinx}is:

f'' (x) = e^{sinx}cos^{2}x - e^{sinx}sinx

Find all x in [0,2π] of possible inflection points.

Uhhhmmmmm...:surprised

also: our hint for this question is:

"keep in mind that the function g(t) = et is never zero for any real number t"

what is going on here?

Thanks in Advance:!!)

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# *HELP* Finding x in [_,_] of Possible Inflection Points

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