I think I managed to attack the picture...
Match each statement with a graph in Figure 13 that represents company profits as a function of time.
(a) The outlook is great: The growth rate keeps increasing.
(b) We’re losing money, but not as quickly as before.
(c) We’re losing money, and it’s getting worse as time goes on.
(d) We’re doing well, but our growth rate is leveling off.
(e) Business had been cooling off, but now it’s picking up.
(f) Business had been picking up, but now it’s cooling off.
I honestly dont get why I have so much trouble w/ graphs! I dont mind taking derivatives...but I just don't understand graphs. Basically concave up is good(increasing), concave down is bad?
for a) I said graph ii..
e and f honestly no idea...I tried though...