Posted by **mkcolema** on Friday, March 13, 2009 at 8:41pm.

for x (-12, 10) the function f is defined:

f(x)=x^7(x+2)^2

On which two intervals is the function increasing (enter intervals in ascending order)?

Find the region in which the function is positive

Where does the function achieve its minimum?

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