SOLVED: Let M(4,5) be the midpoint of the line segment (AB] If A(6,4) then: B(2,6) B(2,2) B(2,4) Consider the function graphed below: Then: f has one relative maximum (0,2) and one relative minimum (2

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Let M(4,5) be the midpoint of the line segment (AB] If A(6,4) then:
B(2,6)
B(2,2)
B(2,4)
Consider the function graphed below: Then:
f has one relative maximum (0,2) and one relative minimum (2,2)
f has two relative maxima (1,3) and (3,3) and one relative minimum (2,0)
f has one relative maximum (3,4) and one relative minimum (0,1)

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