amy0799
  • amy0799
Consider the function -(x+1)^2 Identify the open interval on which the function is increasing. Identify the open interval on which the function is decreasing
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amy0799
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lochana
  • lochana
you have already solved your question. Now lets find out increasing and decreasing intervals. so increasing means when put x values the function get increased slowly. So x = -infinity to -1 (excluding -1) the function incseases 1. function is increased in (-infinity, -1) same way when you put values to x from 0 to positive infinity, the function gets decreased 2. function is decreased in (-1, +infinity) be sure you don't include -1 hope it helps
amy0799
  • amy0799
ooh ok that makes sense, thank you!

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