Inflection Point Calculator is a free online tool hosted on the digital space that displays the inflection point for the given function.

In traditional Mathematics, the inflection point is defined as a point on the curve at which the concavity of the function changes. In simple terms, the sign of the curvature.

The inflection point can be a stationary/ static point, but it is not local maxima or local minima for that matter. In other words, the point at which the rate of change of slope moves from a decreasing to increasing manner or vice versa is known as an inflection point.

The procedure to use it as under:

**Step 1:** To begin with, you must enter the function in the respective input field.

**Step 2:** Next, click the button “Calculate Inflection Point” to get the result.

**Step 3:** At last, the inflection point will be displayed in the new window.

The calculator will determine the following:

- Domain
- Range
- X-intercepts
- Y-intercepts
- Derivative
- Integral
- Asymptotes
- Intervals of increase or/and decrease
- Critical points
- Extrema (minimum and maximum, local, absolute, and global) points
- Determinants like intervals of concavity, inflection points, limit, Taylor polynomial and graph of the single variable function.

The interval can be specified. Parity will also be determined.