In Exercises 13 40, evaluate the expression. Assume x 0.a) -6x0 b) (-6x) 0
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March 2125, 2016 Section 3.2 Suppose f’(x) >0 for all x on an open interval I. Suppose x < x i1 I. 2 en f(x) is continuous on [x1 x2] and it is differentiable on (x 1 x 2 2 x ¿ So by Mean Value Theorem there is c ¿ f( )1f ¿ ' ϵ ( 1x S2)hthen f (c)=¿ Which implies Thus f(x)< 0 is increasing on I. By similar arguments, we can show that f’(x)< 0 on an open interval f is decreasing on I. And if f’(x)=0 on an open interval I, then f(x) is constant on I. Theorem If f’(x)=
Textbook: A Survey of Mathematics with Applications
Author: Allen R. Angel, Christine D. Abbott, Dennis C. Runde
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