Do you mean decreasing ?
Such as for x < y, f(x) > f(y)
I'm sorry about my bad English, because I don't know the right expression for this, but I hope that you'll understand what I mean.
What are the X's "values" which will make the following function "dwindling" f(X)=(2X-1)(X+3) I really hope that someone understands what I mean and can help me too. Thank you very very much.
I'll take a guess at what you meant . . .
For for what -values is: a decreasing function?
If we are allowed to use Calculus, determine when
We have: .
And we see that is always positive.
The function is never decreasing.
The graph is even more convincing . . .Code:*: | : | * : | * : | * : | * : | * : |2 - - - - - - - - + - - - + - - - - - - - : | * -------------------+-------+-----*------------ -3: * : * | : * | : | :* | : |