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The graph of the function $g$ is shown below.
 (a)On the interval $[-6, -4]$, is $g'(x)$: $<0$ $=0$ $>0$ more than one of the above (b)On the interval $[-4, -2]$, is $g'(x)$: $<0$ $=0$ $>0$ more than one of the above (c)On the interval $[0, 2]$, is $g'(x)$: $<0$ $=0$ $>0$ more than one of the above (d)On the interval $[2, 4]$, is $g'(x)$: $<0$ $=0$ $>0$ more than one of the above
 (a)On the interval $[-6, -4]$, is $g'(x)$: increasing decreasing more than one of the above (b)On the interval $[-4, -2]$, is $g'(x)$: increasing decreasing more than one of the above (c)On the interval $[0, 2]$, is $g'(x)$: increasing decreasing more than one of the above (d)On the interval $[2, 4]$, is $g'(x)$: increasing decreasing more than one of the above
For how many values of $x$ in the interval $[-8, 6]$ does $g'(x)=0$? $\answer [format=integer]{2}$
 Largest: $g'(8)$ $\dfrac {g(8+\Delta x)-g(8)}{\Delta x}$ for $\Delta x > 0$ $g(0)$ $g'(0)$ Smallest: $g'(8)$ $\dfrac {g(8+\Delta x)-g(8)}{\Delta x}$ for $\Delta x > 0$ $g(0)$ $g'(0)$