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Homework Help: grade 12 AP calculus

Posted by Alannah on Monday, December 3, 2012 at 11:33am.

for f(x= -1/4x4-1/3x3+2x, use analytic method to find the exact intervals on which the function is a)increasing, b)decreasing, c)concave up, d)concave down, then find any e)local extreme values, f)inflection points

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