How do you find the stationary points of a function?

A stationary point of a function f ( x ) is a point where the derivative of f ( x ) is equal to 0. These points are called “stationary” because at these points the function is neither increasing nor decreasing.

The stationary points of a function y = f ( x ) y= f(x) are the solutions to dy/dx=0

A stationary point is called a turning point if the derivative changes sign

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