Infliction point exist where concavity changes. Say y=a is a vertical asymptote. If f(x) approaches infinity from the left and negative infinity from the right. Since on the left is concave up and the right is concave down. Will "a" still be considered an infliction point? or does f'' have to equal zero and then change sign?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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