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Find the maximum and minimum values of Given function

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```							Assume a function F(x) = (sin −1 x)+(cos −1 x) ³Then find F'(x) and F"(x) .Calculate The point (x=?) for Maxima/Minima F' (0) = 0.Put the calculated value of x [ From F' (0) =0 ] to the equation F" (x) to check the condition for maxima.Now you get the value of x for which F(x) is maximum.Put that value of x [for maxima] in F(x) to get maximum value of (sin −1 x)+(cos −1 x)³ .Here you may apply the formula (sin −1 x) + (cos −1 x) = pi / 2 .
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