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fff Find the y-intercept of the curve y = x2 + 6x + 29.  fff View Solution
fff What are the x-intercepts of y = x2 - 9x + 20? fff View Solution
fff The graph of a differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f ′ (x) ?
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fff The graph of a differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f(x) ? fff View Solution
fff The domain of a continuous function f(x) is [0, 5]. In this interval if f ′ (x) > 0, f ″ (x) > 0, then which one of the following would be the graph of f(x)?
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fff The graph of a continuous and twice differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f(x) ? fff View Solution
fff The graph of a differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f(x) ? fff View Solution
fff The graph of a differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff The graph of a differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff Find the y-intercept of the curve y = x2 + 9x + 48.  fff View Solution
fff What are the x-intercepts of y = x2 - 7x + 12? fff View Solution
fff Which of the following is correct for a continuous and twice differentiable function f(x)?
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fff The graph of a continuous and twice differentiable function f(x) is shown . Which of the following can be the graph of its first derivative f ′ (x)? fff View Solution
fff Consider a continuous and derivable function f(x) with the following:
f(-1) = 0
f(0) = 1
f(3) = 0
f(x) is maximum at x = 0
Which of the following would be the graph of f ′ (x)?
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fff The graph of a continuous, differentiable function is given. Which one of the following can be the graph of f ′ (x)?
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fff The graph of a continuous, differentiable function is given in [0, π]. Which one of the following can be the graph of f ′ (x)? fff View Solution
fff The graph of a continuous, twice differentiable function is given. Which one of the following can be the graph of f ′ (x)? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′ (x) is given below. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x) ?
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fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′ (x) is given . Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′ (x) is given. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x)?
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fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′(x) is given . Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′(x) is given. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a continuous, differentiable function. The graph of f ′ (x) is given. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x)? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a polynomial function. The graph of f ′(x) is given. Which one of the following can be true in the case of f(x) ? fff View Solution
fff f(x) is a continuous, twice differentiable function. The graph of f ″ (x) is as in the figure. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x) ?
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fff f(x) is a continuous, twice differentiable function. The graph of f ″ (x) is given. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x) ?
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fff f(x) is a continuous, twice differentiable function. The graph of f ″ (x) is given. Which one of the following is true in the case of f(x) ? fff View Solution