TrojanPoem
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The following figure represents the curve of function y = f(x) , if the equation of the tangent line on any points along it ( x, y) is y = g(x) which of the following sentences is correct : ( g(x) = f(x) , g(x) > or = to f(x) , g(x) < or = to f(x) , f(x) + g(x) < 0) , Explain your answer.
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Sorry, but I am not getting what you mean.
phi
  • phi
they tell you y= g(x) is the equation of the tangent to the curve I would sketch in a typical example |dw:1434716863877:dw|

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as you vary x, do you see g(x) is \(\ge\) to f(x) for this graph ?
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