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Stationary Points

A stationary point of a differentiable function is any point at which the function's derivative is zero Stationary points can be local extrema (that is, local minima or maxima) or saddle points.

Stationary Points

Compute all the stationary points of a differentiable function.

Locate the stationary points of a function:

Find the stationary points of a function of several variables:

Find the stationary points in a specified domain:

Find the stationary point nearest to a specified point:

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