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  • 1. Observations* C has roots at where B has maximums and minimums. C has roots at where A has a maximum and a m nirnum bui everynhere A is decreasing C is not always negative and everywhere A is increasing C is not airrays positive. D has roots where C has maximums and mnimums. Where B is increasing C is positive and where B is decreasing C is negative. Where C is deereasrng D is negatrve and where C IS incxeasing D is positive. B has roots at mere C has a maximum and a minimum but is not negative where C is decreasing and is not posinve where C is increas ng. C has a root where D has a maximum. D iS greater than zero 'where B is concave up. Where B is concave down D is less than zero.
  • 2. B is the onginal function. Everywhere B has a max or min. C has a root. Everyvmere B is decreasing C is negative and everywhere B is increasing C is postive So C is the derivative function. Where B is concave up D is positive Where B is concave down D is negative, Everywhere C is increasing D is positive and everywhere C is decreasing D is negative. Where C has a rr n and max D has roots. So D is tne second derivative function. Nthough A has serne relat an to C it does net reiate to any ofthe other grapts. So A is unrelated.