Calculus AB
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Is there a connection or correlation between an increasing interval and a concave up interval? Explain?

Calculus AB 
Steve
an increasing interval can be either concave up or down.
y = x^2
y = x^2
y=x^3 is always increasing, but changes concavity at x=0
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