## Calculus: Early Transcendentals 8th Edition

The absolute maximum is at the point $x = 4$ The absolute minimum is at the point $x = 3$ There is a local maximum at the point $x = 2$
We can see the following points on the graph: The absolute maximum is at the point $x = 4$ The absolute minimum is at the point $x = 3$ There is a local maximum at the point $x = 2$