f is continuous, but not necessarily differentiable, has domain [0, 6], reaches a maximum of 6 (attained

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f is continuous, but not necessarily differentiable, has domain [0, 6], reaches a maximum of 6 (attained when x = 5), and a minimum of 2 (attained when x = 3). Additionally, x = 1 and x = 5 are the only stationary points.
Sketch the graph of a function with the given properties
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Calculus

ISBN: 978-0131429246

9th edition

Authors: Dale Varberg, Edwin J. Purcell, Steven E. Rigdon

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