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sketch graph of a function f that is differentiable and that satisfies the following conditions:(1)f'(x)>0, when x<5
(2)f'(x)<0, when 5<x<1 and when x>1
(3)f'(5) =0and f'(1)=0
(4)f(5)=6and f(1)=2.
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