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Re: Definition needed !

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  • Subject: [mg33121] Re: Definition needed !
  • From: bghiggins at (Brian Higgins)
  • Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2002 17:15:26 -0500 (EST)
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Max, In my previous post on my discussion of a turning point the
example I gave should be f(x,h)=0=y^2-h.

Sorry for the confusion.


"max" <dpmbsn at> wrote in message news:<a5t22h$65h$1 at>...
> I'm after a little clarification/support on a definition. The concern stems
> from certain sources using the terminlogy 'stationary point' and 'Turning
> point' as having the same meaning.
> My stance is that Stationary points can be Max, Min or Inflexion, whereas
> Turning points can only be used for Max or Min points.
> Your views will be welcomed
> Max

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