Starting at a particle moves along the axis so that it's position at time is given by . For what values of does that particle take while moving to the left?
Any starting hints on how this came to be? Note: This is the complete problem given.
Perhaps the answer is to simply graph the function Then you can see what values the function takes as it goes left from .
But the problem is that a graph goes on forever to the left. So how can there be a left interval?
But perhaps this is some kind of flipped graph, where time is on the axis rather than the one. Yeah, I think that's the problem.