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Asked Mar 15, 2019

Sketch a possible graph of *y* = *f*(*x*), using the given information about the derivatives *y*′ = *f* ′(*x*) and *y*″ = *f* ″(*x*). Assume that the function is defined and continuous for all real *x*.

Step 1

From the given problem, we need to draw graph as per given properties of graph.

We must need to consider following rules:

- y’>0 Slope of graph is positive
- y’<0 , Slope of graph is n...

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