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    Quick terminology question

    If a function is increasing over R+, or R superscript +, what does that mean? Thanks!
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    Re: Quick terminology question

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinShaughnessy View Post
    If a function is increasing over R+, or R superscript +, what does that mean? Thanks!
    \mathbb{R}^+ is used for the set of positive real numbers.
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