Asked Nov 7, 2019

Consider the line y=x. Where is it concave up? Where is it concave down? Does it have any inflection points?


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An inflection point is a point on the graph at which the second derivative changes sign If f"(x)> 0 then f(x) is concave upwards If f"(x)0 then f(x) is concave downwards


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