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If f(x) is a differentiable function and its derivative f ‘(x) = [log{log(sinx+a)to the base3}to the base 1/3], then find the interval for a so that f(x) is decreasing for all real values of a.

If f(x) is a differentiable function and its derivative   f ‘(x) = [log{log(sinx+a)to the base3}to the base 1/3], then find the interval for a so that f(x) is decreasing for all real values of a.

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Kevin Jones James
39 Points
6 years ago
Is a
Kevin Jones James
39 Points
6 years ago
I think answer shoul be a > 4. 

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