I'm not sure if this is the right subforum to be posting this question in as it might seem too simple.
Show that for x>0 is a quasi-concave function.
First of all, I understand that which is a convex function, is quasi-concave since any monotone function is quasi-concave if the domain is a convex subset of .
My question however, is how do I show that the function is quasi-concave graphically? Is there some way in which a line can be drawn to show that all the points within line are a convex set and therefore the function is quasi-concave?
Thanks for the help