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"rides his bike up a steep hill" |dw:1361116189778:dw|

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coasts along a straight road, |dw:1361116258378:dw|
riding down the hill : |dw:1361116312417:dw|
"straight road to friend's house:|dw:1361116375931:dw|"
the increasing point is when richard leaves his house and head to the hill is that correct?
"elevation as he travels in time :" |dw:1361116432209:dw|
very good, thats correct :)
thanks and i think ig ot the second part :) but thanks for your help
write it in interval notation Interval at which graph is increasing : [0,t_uphill]
what will come for part C ? decreasing ?
[0.ts1] ?
graph starts decreasing from ts1 till t_downhill, so it'll be [ts1 , t_downhill]

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