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         Suppose f(x) is a function and that c is a critical number for f(x) at...

         Suppose f(x) is a function and that c is a critical number for f(x) at which both f' and f'' are defined. Write a paragraph explaining exactly what the Second Derivative Test allows us to conclude about the point where x = c.

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