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    Second Derivative Help

    Hey Guys!
    why cant a point of inflection occur at (d^3y)/(dx^3) = 0

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    Re: Second Derivative Help

    Quote Originally Posted by billjyang View Post
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    why cant a point of inflection occur at (d^3y)/(dx^3) = 0
    It can – consider y = x^5 at the origin.

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    Re: Second Derivative Help

    Quote Originally Posted by billjyang View Post
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    why cant a point of inflection occur at (d^3y)/(dx^3) = 0

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