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Are You Local? True or False Quiz
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Second Derivatives and Beyond: Are You Local? True or False
1.
Which of the following functions has neither a global maximum or a global minimum? >
True
False
2.
A continuous function on an open interval > cannot have a global max or a global min.
True
False
3.
Which of the following statements about the function
f
(
x
) =
is correct? >
f
has neither a global max nor a global min on the interval [1,1].
True
False
4.
What is the global maximum of the function
on the interval [3,3]? >
True
False
5.
Determine where the function
f
(
x
) = 4
x
^{4}
+ 2
x
is smallest on the interval [2,2]. >
True
False
6.
Which of the following could be the start of a graph of the function
f
(
x
) =
x
e
^{x}
? >
True
False
7.
Which of the following graphs could be a correct representation of all intercepts, critical points, and inflection points of the function
f
(
x
) =
x
^{2 – }
3
x
– 4? >
True
False
8.
If
f
' is positive and
f
" is negative, what shape is the function
f
? >
True
False
9.
The function
f
looks like this:
Which of the following statements is true? >
f
' and
f
" are both positive.
True
False
10.
The signs of the derivatives
f
' and
f
" are as follows:
Use this information to fill in the graph of the function
f
:
>
True
False
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