   Chapter 10.5, Problem 66E Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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In Exercises 65–68 the graph of a function is given. For which x in the range shown is the function increasing? For which x is the function decreasing? [HINT: See Quick Example 6.] To determine

The increasing and decreasing range of the function.

The provided graph is: Explanation

Given information:

The provided graph is:

When the slope of the function is positive then it is increasing function where as if the slope is negative then it is decreasing function.

From the graph one can observe that the curve rebounds at (1,2<

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