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burhan101 Group Title

intervals at which it is increasing an decreasing for y=-(x+1)^2

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    do you know the graph of this equation?

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    increasing when x<-1 and decreasing when x>-1

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    i have to do it alebraically

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    i don't know the procedure tho

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    this is an equation of a parabola... and depending on which way it is opening will determine the intervals in which the graph is increasing/decreasing... are you familiar with parabolas?

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    yes i am

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    the vertex is (-1,0)

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