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Understanding QuasiLinearityby newphysist
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#1
Nov1312, 06:39 PM

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Hi,
I have two questions. (1) I am trying to understand how the following function is quasilinear:
(2) I think the reason the above function is not concave is cause on a certain interval (0,1) f = x^2 which is convex. Am I correct in my reasoning? Thanks guys 


#2
Nov1312, 06:56 PM

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What is the domain of your function?



#3
Nov1312, 06:58 PM

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Real numbers R



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Nov1312, 07:22 PM

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Nov1412, 08:59 AM

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This function is monotonic. And every monotonic function is quasilinear.



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