Refresher on increasing, decreasing and constant

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Refresher on increasing, decreasing and constant

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increasing -> (-2, infinity sign) Decreasing -> no Constant -> (-2, infinity sign)

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Decreasing from (-infinity,-2) than constant from (-2, +infinity)
Im brain dead right now and Im think im mixing up decreasing and increasing
read the graph from left to right your graph is falling from -inf to -2 (not rising)
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if slope is negative ,it is decreasing decreasing in (-infinity ,2] comstant in [-2,infinity)
Make a tangent line, but you wont need it, but that may help you to check yourself
Alright thanks @freckles
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Thanks everyone for your help.. One less question I have to do (question 50 out of 60)

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