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Problem 17

Find the $x$ -value of all points where the funct…


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Problem 16

Find the $x$ -value of all points where the functions defined as follows have any relative extrema. Find the value(s) of any relative extrema.
$$f(x)=x^{3}+3 x^{2}-24 x+2$$


The value of relative minima will be $-26$ at $x=2$ and value of relative maxima will be of 82 at $x=-4$



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