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GATE2019 CE-1: 26
Which one of the following is NOT a correct statement? The function $\sqrt[x]{x}, \: (x>0)$, has the global maxima at $x=e$ The function $\sqrt[x]{x}, \: (x>0)$, has the global minima at $x=e$ The function $x^3$ has neither global minima nor global maxima The function $\mid x \mid$ has the global minima at $x=0$
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GATE2016-2-2
The optimum value of the function $f(x)=x^2-4x+2$ is $2$ (maximum) $2$ (minimum) $ – 2$ (maximum) $ – 2$ (minimum)
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GATE2015-2-1
While minimizing the function $f(x)$, necessary and sufficient conditions for a point, $x_0$ to be a minima are: $f’(x_0) > 0$ and $f’’(x_0)=0$ $f’(x_0) < 0$ and $f’’(x_0)=0$ $f’(x_0) = 0$ and $f’’(x_0)<0$ $f’(x_0) = 0$ and $f’’(x_0)>0$
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GATE2018 CE-1: 3
At the point $x= 0$, the function $f(x) = x^3$ has local maximum local minimum both local maximum and minimum neither local maximum nor local minimum
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