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I was thinking about that before..

In the graph it shows that x = +- 1

but x is +1 when it's local minimum, and x is -1 when it's local maximum.

So the answer would be x = -1

Am I right ?

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You were looking for arumaithya said:So the answer would be x = -1

Am I right ?

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Oh calculus is going to make me feels sick :)

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Both -1 and +1 are local minima. Ther maxima are at 0 and [tex] \infty[/tex]

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