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onegirl
 one year ago
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).
onegirl
 one year ago
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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bfsgd
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Same as last time....differentiate and see where the derivative is positive and negative.

onegirl
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1after i differentiate i got 2(x  2)

onegirl
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I got C is that correct? @electrokid
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