# Finding absolute and relative extrema given an equation.

Here's the equation: 10-5x*e^(1-0.125x^2)

I need to find all relative extrema and the absolute extrema on the point [0,5]

I have to be able to record myself explaining this problem and explain each rule used when doing it.

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