college algebra
posted by Anonymous .
Just che king to see if I did this right.
f(x)=(x4)^2+6
Graph f(x) I graphed 1quadrant 4 up 6
Identify vertex (4,6)
Identify intervals f(x) is increasing and decreasing
D [00,6) I (6,00]
Checking to see if I figured this right. Thanks
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