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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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In Exercises 69–72 the graph of the derivative of a function is given. For which x is the (original) function increasing? For which x is the (original) function decreasing? [HINT: See Quick Example 6.] To determine

The increasing and decreasing range of the function f from the graph of its derivative, Explanation

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The provided graph is:

When the derivative of a function is positive in some interval then it is an increasing function in that interval and if the derivative is negative in some interval then it is a decreasing function in that interval.

From the graph, it can be observed that the derivative of the function is negative when x<1 and 0<x<1 whereas the derivative of the function is positive when 1<x<0 and x>1 which indicates that the function wo

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