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Time If the derivative f'(x) is negative, decreasing, concave up Then the function f(x) is not all info may be used): increasing, concave up decreasing, concave up decreasing, concave down increasing, concave down Points possible: 1 This is attempt 1 of 1. Submit O

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Transcribed Image Text: Time If the derivative f'(x) is negative, decreasing, concave up Then the function f(x) is not all info may be used): increasing, concave up decreasing, concave up decreasing, concave down increasing, concave down Points possible: 1 This is attempt 1 of 1. Submit O

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f^(')(x) isnegative.Thereforef(x) isdecreasing.f^(')(x) isdecreasing.Therefore(d)/(dx)[f^(')(x)]=f^('')(x) isnegative.T ... See the full answer