Second Derivative Test, Concavity and Inflection Points


In this video I discuss what the second derivative test is and how it is used in graphing functions and determining whether the graph is concaving upwards or downwards, what the inflection points are and where you would have local maximums or minimums.

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Second Derivative Test, Concavity and Inflection Points

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How the 2nd Derivative affects the shape of a graph

Concave upwards/downwards, inflection points, etc.



2nd Derivative Test