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Are these real roots, or did you mean 3i, -3i?I obtained f ' (x) = [-(x^2) - 9]/[[(x^2) - 9]^2]
I found the critical numbers of 3 and -3.
An increasing function is a mathematical function that follows the pattern of increasing values as the input values increase. In other words, as the input values increase, the output values also increase.
A decreasing function is a mathematical function that follows the pattern of decreasing values as the input values increase. In other words, as the input values increase, the output values decrease.
The main difference between an increasing and decreasing function is the direction in which the output values change in relation to the input values. In an increasing function, the output values increase as the input values increase, while in a decreasing function, the output values decrease as the input values increase.
No, a function cannot be both increasing and decreasing at the same time. A function can only follow one pattern of either increasing or decreasing values as the input values increase.
Yes, a function can have no maximum or minimum value. This means that the function does not have a highest or lowest point, and the output values continue to increase or decrease without ever reaching a maximum or minimum value.