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This Precalculus review (Calculus preview) lesson reviews the concepts of increasing and decreasing.

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Function values can be positive or negative, and they can increase or decrease as the input increases. Here we introduce these basic properties of functions.

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Highlight intervals on the domain of a function where it's only increasing or only decreasing.

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Increasing and Decreasing Functions. Definition of Increasing and Decreasing. We all know that if something is increasing then it is going up and if it is ...

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Increasing and Decreasing Functions. Increasing Functions. A function is " increasing" when the y-value increases as the x-value increases, like this: Increasing ...

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The derivative of a function may be used to determine whether the function is increasing or decreasing on any intervals in its domain. If f′(x) > 0 at.

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When looking for sections of a graph that are increasing or decreasing, be sure to look at (or "read") the graph from left to right.

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Mar 10, 2010 ... This lesson discusses using the derivative to determine where a function is increasing or decreasing. This is the first part of a two part lesson.

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Jeffreys, H. and Jeffreys, B. S. "Increasing and Decreasing Functions." §1.065 in Methods of Mathematical Physics, 3rd ed. Cambridge, England: Cambridge ...