Monotonicity – defines where a function is increasing or decreasing.. A function is monotonic if it is increasing or decreasing on an interval.. d. a. b. c. . Monotonicity of . Interval. Increasing/Decreasing.
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Sec 4.3 – Monotonic Functions and the First Derivative Test
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Monotonicity defines where a function is increasing or decreasing A function is monotonic if it is increasing or decreasing on an interval d a b c Monotonicity of Interval IncreasingDecreasing ID: 723951 Download Presentation
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