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mlg Posted - 11/14/2013 : 12:17:14
f(x) = sin(2x) + cos(2x) where x is an element of [0,pi]

Find the interval on which the function is increasing and decreasing.

Could somebody do this question for me please.
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the_hill1962 Posted - 11/19/2013 : 14:13:50
Do you know what "increasing" and "decreasing" mean?
Have you made a table of values for f(0) to f()?
Have you looked at a graph of f(x) in the area of the domain from 0 to ?
royhaas Posted - 11/15/2013 : 11:56:45
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