Math Problem Statement
The differentiable function
[g] and its derivative
[g'] are graphed.
Functions g and g prime are graphed. The xaxis is unnumbered. Each graph is a curve. The graph of function g starts in quadrant 4, moves upward concave down, and approaches the xaxis. The graph of function g prime starts in quadrant 1, moves downward concave up, and approaches the xaxis.
[y]
[x]
[\blueD{g}]
[\goldD{g'}]
What is an appropriate calculusbased justification for the fact that
[g] is increasing?
Choose 1 answer:
Choose 1 answer:
(Choice A) As the
[x]values increase, the values of
[g] also increase.
A
As the
[x]values increase, the values of
[g] also increase.
(Choice B)
[g'] is decreasing.
B
[g'] is decreasing.
(Choice C)
[g'] is positive.
C
[g'] is positive.
Solution
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Math Problem Analysis
Mathematical Concepts
Calculus
Derivatives
Increasing Functions
Formulas

Theorems

Suitable Grade Level
Grades 1112
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