NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
The graph of y = g(x) is shown below. At which point is g′′< g′< g?
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NathanJHW
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NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
@jim_thompson5910
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
@zepdrix

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anonymous
  • anonymous
A definite point would be where g" is positive, g" is 0, and g is negative. So you want a point where g is negative, concave up, and has a maximum or minimum
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
E?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
you're welcome
zepdrix
  • zepdrix
@peachpi did you read the question backwards? Or am maybe I"m misunderstanding... g'' should be the smallest.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@NathanJHW @zepdrix Wow I did. and I triple checked to make sure I wouldn't :/
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
Oh, so I guess the answer is wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, it's positive and concave up, so B
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
Alright then, thank you very much @zepdrix
NathanJHW
  • NathanJHW
and @peachpi too

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