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exercise. We need to determine whether this function f
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a function f that is plotted here has a minimum
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on this interval. So for this, we need
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to do just a graphical analysis. Um, let's
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see. So in the first case, this point
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here could be a minimum for this function, however
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, is not defined on the function f. So
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basically, this function never reached a minimum because it's
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defined on the on the reels and we can approach
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as much as we want to to to this value
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, but never reach it. So basically, this
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function doesn't have a minimum. So this function No
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, half a million, no house, I mean
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, however, on this other case at this point
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is defined for the for the function. So basically
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, this will be the minimum value on this interval
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, so yes.