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Suppose that $ f" $ is continuous and $ f'(c) = f"(c) = 0 $, but $ f"(c) > 0 $. Does $ f $ have a local maximum or minimum at $ c $? Does $ f $ have a point of inflection at $ c $?

$f$ has an inflection point at $c$

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