#### Answer

No critical numbers

#### Work Step by Step

Original Equation: ${f(x) = 2x^{3} -x^{2} +2x}$
The critical numbers of a function are found when the derivative of a function is set to zero.
Finding the derivative of the function using the power rule:
${f'(x) = 6x^{2} - 2x+2}$
Setting the derivative to zero and factoring out the 2:
${f'(x) = 2(3x^{2} - x+1) = 0}$
There is no way to solve this equation; plugging the values into the quadratic equation yields complex roots. This means there are no critical numbers.
To prove that there are 0 real roots, we can find the discriminant of the equation as given by the formula ${b^{2}-4ac}$.
Plugging in values gives ${1^{2} - 4(3)(1) = 1-12 = -11}$
-11${\lt}$0 therefore there are no real roots meaning there are no critical numbers.