Indicate whether you think it is a local maximum, local minimum, saddle point, or none of these?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My solution:

Point P = Local Max

Point Q = Local Min

Point R = None

Point S = Saddle

I got a 75% for first attempt, so one answer is not correct and I am not sure which one isn't.

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# Identifying local maximum, local minimum and saddle point.

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