There isn't one. She just gave us the test.
ookay, then another question: based on what kind of preparations/knowledge are you supposed to make the test?
We have to try to remember anything from last year.
Ahha, in the last year there was a textbook or some materials right?
There was material, yea.
Then look at it please, because honestly after someone from 4-th grade has looked at definitions THEY could solve this.
But if you'll still need help after that, I will explain it to you. Because it happens sometimes that one doesn't see some things, however simple.
I threw it away. And I live in America. We don't learn things like this in 4th grade.
We do not either. My comment was formulated in a way that it didn't suppose you do.Okay then recap: 1) What is a local maximum/minimum? Definition?
The second highest and lowest points on a graph.
Wrong. Please find it on wikipedia for example, read it. Then tell me what the real DEFINITION is.
That's basically what it is.
You read the definition on wikipedia and you claim after that:Local maximum/minimum is "the second highest and lowest points on a graph"?Then please quote the definition you were reading.
No, i didn't read anything. That was off the top of my head.
Well, it is completely wrong. That's why I recommend to read wikipedia.
Well, then I'm afraid I am not going to help you. If you don't even want to put any effort in learning something and not just solving the exercise. Behind any grade should be what you have learned, that's the point. But maybe your too young to get it.
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