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Asked May 4, 2019

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Step 1

Since, we are given

f'(x)>0

It means that function is increasing

Step 2

f''(x)<0 means concave down curve

So, our graph must be both increasing and concave down interval

Step 3

**Option-A:**

We can see that curve is moving downward

So, this can not be incr...

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