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Describe how the graph of $ f $ varies as $ c $ varies. Graph several members of the family to illustrate the trends that you discover. In particular, you should investigate how maximum and minimum points and inflection points move when $ c $ changes. You should also identify any transitional values of $ c $ at which basic shape of the curve changes.

$ f(x) = x\sqrt{c^2 - x^2} $

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Now notice that the square root of three of the two something like this on your side spirit of three over two is strictly larger than one. So if it's positive, is going to be strictly larger than the absolute value of see and if it's negative, is going to be strictly less than so. This here is actually not in domain. So if we have an inflection point, it's only going to be at X is equal to zero. All right, so I think this is all the information we can really pull out from this. Oh, and maybe over here I should say that the reason by really this, remember, is to find our possible maximums and minimums. But so I went ahead and graft a handful of these for burying values of seat, and so are zeros end up being where we expect them to be. So at plus or minus one with value proceeds and at zero in each case, so at sea is even to 1/2. We get it at taking 1/2 half zero season, plus or minus one negative +110 And for a season with plus or minus five, we get zero and negative thoughts. 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