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Textbook Problem

For which value or values of t is f ( t + 5 ) f ( t ) greatest? Interpret your answer.

To determine

To calculate: The values t for the function f(t+5)f(t) for which the function have the greatest value.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided function is f(t+5)f(t).

Calculation:

The function is a mathematical concept which is very useful in order to understand real-world situations.

It is a relationship which shows how one quantity depends on another.

Functions are described numerically as well as numerically.

At the same time, it can also be expressed in a graphical form which is the most useful one among all.

The function is represented by the symbol f and x represents different values for which the function gives different values

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