given that f(x) = e^x - x - 1, show that f is an increasing function for x>0 OK i can see that this statement is true... but i just don't know how to write it on paper...
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Originally Posted by djmccabie given that f(x) = e^x - x - 1, show that f is an increasing function for x>0 OK i can see that this statement is true... but i just don't know how to write it on paper... Do you not just differentiate it, and show that is is > 0 on ?? So and for x > 0 for Therefore is an increasing function.. Sound right?
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