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Let q(x)= f(x)+f(1-x) and f"(x) 1) q(x) is increasing 2) q(x) is decreasing 3) q(x) is constant 4) q(x) is not increasing Pls help me with the explanation and answer..

Let q(x)= f(x)+f(1-x) and f"(x)
 
1) q(x) is increasing
2) q(x) is decreasing
3) q(x) is constant
4) q(x) is not increasing
 
Pls help me with the explanation and answer..

Grade:12

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
Dear student
 
To solve this question
 
Sign of f"(x) should be known.
 
But it is not given. Hence it cannot be solved.
So please post complete question. You can also attach an image. I will be happy to help you

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