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Asked Oct 5, 2019
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The function graphed above is:
Increasing on the interval(s)
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Decreasing on the interval(s)
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2 -5 -4 -3 - - 4 5 The function graphed above is: Increasing on the interval(s) Preview Decreasing on the interval(s) Preview Get help: Video er

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Step 1

Given graph is:

 

From the graph, the critical points are at x = -1 and 2 as the graph changes here.

Now the domain is divided into three intervals based on the critical points i.e. (-∞,-1),(-1,2),(2,∞).

 

Consider the interval (-∞,-1):

As we move from left to right in the interval, the graph is moving downwards i.e. the value of the function is decreasing in this interval.

 

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