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Monotonicity: Concept of Increasing Decreasing Functions (in Hindi)
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This video explains the concept of increasing decreasing functions for jee main and advanced

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Vineet Loomba
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bhaya...video lecture is best...but my question is...is it enough for neet?? and understanding concept and how to deal organic chemistry .....
Prashant Soni
a year ago
It is enough for neet. Believe me. These are basic fundamental you should know before jumping on mechanism. Do it any q doubt ask me in message section provided by unacademy. Happy learning
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sir for S. D x1> x2 nahi hoga .,
9.38 x1<X2 ,then how f(x1)>f(X2)
Vineet Loomba
4 months ago
That is wht a decreasing function is ..its value decrease when x is oncreases
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love from Kashmir. thanks a lot sir
Vineet Loomba
6 months ago
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Vineet Loomba
6 months ago
Tell your fiends too about my courses ...help me reach the free education to those who are unable to afford it :)
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Tawqeer Ayoub
6 months ago
ok sir, i will try my best
sir is this chapter completed??
Vineet Loomba
a year ago
no its still going on
sir how is it a increasing function in case when f(a) is smaller than f(a+h) in second case where f(a-h) is not there ???
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Rishabh Gupta
5 months ago
at point 'a' f(a-h) is not present but f(a+h) is present...so at x=a f(a) is smallest value and the value is increasing as we go right from 'a'...so it is increasing function
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  7. FOR 100% SUCCESS IN JEE MAIN AND ADVANCED (IIT-JEE) Strictly decreasing function A functionf(x) is said to be a strictly decreasing function on (a, b) if Xi < X2 f(x;) >f(x2) for all xi, X2 (a, b) Thus, f(x) is strictly decreasing on (a, b) if the values of f (x) de- crease with the increase in the values ofx. Graphically it means that f(x) is a decreasing function on (a, b) if its graph moves down as x moves to the right. The graph in Fig. 2 is O2 the graph ofa strictly decreasing function. MATHEMATICS FOR IIT-JEE ER. VINEET LOOMBA (IIT RooRKEE)


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