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    Critical points

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    (-x^2/2(x+1)^3/2) + (2x/(x+1)^1/2)=0

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    Critical points are any point in the domain or a function where the derivative is undefined or equals zero. The critical points are candidates for maximum and minimum values.

    To find the critical points set:

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    This shows how to find critical points. The domain of a function for the derivatives are given.

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