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    Show that f(x) = x1x2 + x2x3 + x3x1 has a non - degenerate critical point at
    x = 0 and describe the shape of f as concretely as possible.

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    Show that has a non-degenerate critical point at and describe the shape of as concretely as possible.

    Part a): Proof. In order to show that has a non-degenerate critical point at , we need to do two things, one is to show that is a critical point of , the ...

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    A function is shown to have a non-degenerate critical point. The solution is detailed, well presented and includes color diagrams of the function.

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