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Suppose the derivative of the function y-f(x) is y, (x-2)2(x-1 ). At what points, if any, does the graph of f have a local minimum, local maximum, or point of inflection? (Hint: Draw the sign pattern for y) At what points, if any, does the graph of f have a local minimum? 0 A. The graph has a local minimum at x= O B. The graph has no local minimum. At what points, if any, does the graph of f have a local maximum? 0 A. The graph has a local maximum at x = O B. The graph has no local maximum. At what points, if any. does the graph of f have a point of inflection? 0 A. The graph has a point of inflection at x = O B. The graph has no point of inflection. Type an integer or a simplified fraction. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) (Type an integer or a simplified fraction. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) (Type an integer or a simplified fraction. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) Click to select and enter your ar
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