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Identify the intervals of increase and decrease of the function f(x) = (x  2)^2 .
A. The values x > 2 result in an increase in f(x), while the values x < 2 result in a decrease in f(x).
B. The values x < 2 result in an increase in f(x), while the values x > 2 result in a decrease in f(x).
C. The values x < 2 result in a decrease in f(x), while the values x > 2 result in an increase in f(x).
D. The values x > 2 result in a decrease in f(x), while the values x < 2 result in an increase in f(x).
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Identify the intervals of increase and decrease of the function f(x) = (x  2)^2 . A. The values x > 2 result in an increase in f(x), while the values x < 2 result in a decrease in f(x). B. The values x < 2 result in an increase in f(x), while the values x > 2 result in a decrease in f(x). C. The values x < 2 result in a decrease in f(x), while the values x > 2 result in an increase in f(x). D. The values x > 2 result in a decrease in f(x), while the values x < 2 result in an increase in f(x).
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bfsgdBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Same as last time....differentiate and see where the derivative is positive and negative.
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onegirlBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
after i differentiate i got 2(x  2)
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onegirlBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
I got C is that correct? @electrokid
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