f(t) dt, where f(t) is given in the figure below.Let g(x)(Click on the graph for a larger version.)Find each of the following:A. g(0)0B. g' (2)-1.4C. The interval (with endpoints given to the nearest 0.25) where g is concave up:interval(Give your answer as an interval or a list of intervals, e.g., (-infinity,8] or (1,5),(7,10), or enter none for no intervals.)D. The value of x where g takes its maximum on the interval 0x< 8 10-1

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f(t) dt, where f(t) is given in the figure below.
Let g(x)
(Click on the graph for a larger version.)
Find each of the following:
A. g(0)
0
B. g' (2)
-1.4
C. The interval (with endpoints given to the nearest 0.25) where g is concave up:
interval
(Give your answer as an interval or a list of intervals, e.g., (-infinity,8] or (1,5),(7,10), or enter none for no intervals.)
D. The value of x where g takes its maximum on the interval 0
x< 8
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f(t) dt, where f(t) is given in the figure below. Let g(x) (Click on the graph for a larger version.) Find each of the following: A. g(0) 0 B. g' (2) -1.4 C. The interval (with endpoints given to the nearest 0.25) where g is concave up: interval (Give your answer as an interval or a list of intervals, e.g., (-infinity,8] or (1,5),(7,10), or enter none for no intervals.) D. The value of x where g takes its maximum on the interval 0 x< 8

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Given that, the g(x) S, 5(t)ct g(x)f) g'(x)f(x) (A) g(0)-f)dt =0 (B) g'x)(x) g'(2) f(2) --1.4

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