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## Is an A grapheme?

Grapheme Examples Here, the phoneme: an /o/ sound, is the same as the grapheme: the ‘o’ letter that represents it. This example falls into the pattern of a CVC grapheme, as the word has a vowel-consonant vowel pattern.

## What is a grapheme quizlet?

Grapheme. A printed letter of the alphabet.

**What is the turning point of a cubic function?**

Given: How do you find the turning points of a cubic function? The definition of A turning point that I will use is a point at which the derivative changes sign. According to this definition, turning points are relative maximums or relative minimums. Use the first derivative test: First find the first derivative f'(x)

**Is point of inflection a turning point?**

Turning points has a stationary point at x = 0, which is also an inflection point, but is not a turning point.

### What is the maximum value?

The maximum value of a function is the place where a function reaches its highest point, or vertex, on a graph. If your quadratic equation has a negative a term, it will also have a maximum value. If you have the graph, or can draw the graph, the maximum is just the y value at the vertex of the graph.

### What is the functions minimum or maximum value?

If the parabola opens up, the vertex (h, k) is the lowest point on the parabola. We say that k is the minimum functional value of f or the absolute minimum value of f. It occurs when x = h. If the parabola opens down, k is the maximum functional value of f or the absolute maximum value of f, and occurs when x = h.

**How do you find the maximum and minimum of a function?**

MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM VALUES

- WE SAY THAT A FUNCTION f(x) has a relative maximum value at x = a,
- We say that a function f(x) has a relative minimum value at x = b,
- The value of the function, the value of y, at either a maximum or a minimum is called an extreme value.
- f ‘(x) = 0.
- In other words, at a maximum, f ‘(x) changes sign from + to − .

**What maximum means?**

1a : the greatest quantity or value attainable or attained. b : the period of highest, greatest, or utmost development. 2 : an upper limit allowed (as by a legal authority) or allowable (as by the circumstances of a particular case)