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Please look in your text book for this problem Statement

A function has an absolute (or global) maximum at if for every in the domain of .

A function has an absolute (or global) minimum at if for every in the domain of .

Observe the graph :

The domain of the function is .

There is a vertical asymptote at .

So, there is no absolute maximum.

The smallest value of is , which is absolute minimum. 

Absolute maximum : None.

Absolute minimum : .



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