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Homework Help: Engineering Calculus

Posted by Cheallaigh on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 8:11pm.

f(x)=((6x-3)/(x+6)) how do you find the intervals of decreasing and increasing...I found that there were no critical points yet I was also correct that the function increased (-I,-6) and (-6,I). I was wrong that there were no decreasing intervals though.

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