Consider the following function:
F(x) = x^5 + 2x^4
Identify the following:
d. Intervals where the function is increasing/decreasing
e. Local extrema, give the location and value for any local maxima/minima
f. Concvity of the function and Points of Inflection (if they exist)
Increasing and decreasing:
Step 2: Test points to find interval increasing or decreasing.
If F’(x) >0, the function is increasing.
If F’(x) <0, the function is increasing.
The sign changes + to – in F’(c...
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