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Examples on Monotonicity Part-1 (in Hindi)
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5×d=1mod 24 how can write 5×d mod 24=1
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please sir application derivative ke vedio no 5 me increasing decreasing me btaya hai ki cubik function hmesa increasing hoga bu aisa nahi hai question f(x)=-2x^3+21x^2-60x+41,in the interval(-infinite, 1),is eske bare me btaiye please
Vineet Loomba
4 days ago
beta I am talking about the standard cubic function only that +- x^3
Vineet Loomba
4 days ago
what i will do is I will add more lessons on Cubic Functions to clarify ur doubt ..give me some time
sir - sign curve ki concavity change kr deta hai kya ?
Good day, sir! In the examples that you gave us to solve, you only mentioned whether the graph is increasing or decreasing. Here, you have mentioned in your explanation whether it is only increasing/decreasing or strictly increasing/strictly decreasing. But sir, in the examination, if such questions come, ho will we determine whether it is the former or the latter?
Vineet Loomba
2 months ago
They will ask u in the question... Inc or strictly inc
ok thank you sir!
sir what about sin x and cos x graph
Vineet Loomba
7 months ago
Wht abt tht ?
If A Function Belongs To - 1 to plus infinity then function decrease. How?
Vineet Loomba
10 months ago
your statement is incomplete... range of function doesnot tell us decreasing nature.. provide me the complete ques
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