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# Minimums and Maximums

## Highest or lowest y values within an area or function.

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## Maximums and Minimums

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## Maxima and Minima

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## Minimums and Maximums

Function minimums and maximums, increasing and decreasing functions, end behavior of functions, and mathematical models.
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## Transformations of Functions

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## Maxima and Minima

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Identify the maxima and minima of graphs.
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