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For what interval is the value of (f – g)(x) negative?

Blair Lewis

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Ross Pratt on October 8, 2018

The correct answer for the maths question above would be f < g. The interval in which the value of (f-g)(x) is negative f < g. A function is negative in the intervals when the line of the graph is below the x-axis. On the other hand, a function is positive on the intervals where the graph line lies above the x-axis.


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