USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)

USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
USING DERIVATIVES TO FIND THE ABSOLUTE EXTREMA [MAX/MIN] VALUES OF F(X)
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This lesson on finding the absolute extrema of a function is intended for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus.

OBJECTIVES
• Find absolute extrema using Maximum-Minimum Principle 1.
• Find absolute extrema using Maximum-Minimum Principle 2.

THEOREM : The Extreme Value Theorem
A continuous function f(x) defined over a closed interval [a, b] must have an absolute maximum value and an absolute minimum value over [a, b].

The highest value of y in the interval [a, b] is called the absolute maximum and the lowest y value in the interval is called the absolute minimum.
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1 Week
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