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    okay thank you so much, one last thing
    how do i put all this together to sketch a graph of it? with the minimum point and point of inflection
    What have you tried? You should be able to plot the two roots and the two stationary points. Have a go at making a sketch and post your attempt.
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    What have you tried? You should be able to plot the two roots and the two stationary points. Have a go at making a sketch and post your attempt.
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    That's nearly there but there is another root at x = -1 so show the curve going through that and extend the curve so it travels through the top left quadrant.
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    That's nearly there but there is another root at x = -1 so show the curve going through that and extend the curve so it travels through the top left quadrant.
    okay thank you
 
 
 
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