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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} The relative maxima and minima are found the graph turns, meaning, where it goes from decreasing to increasing, or vice versa. There are five such points on the graph.

In two of these points the graph goes from being decreasing to increasing. These are relative minimum points.

The points have the coordinates $(-2,-2)$ and $(4,-2).$ The relative maxima must be the other marked points.

These points have the coordinates $(-6,10),$ $(1,0),$ and $(8,12).$