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Mathematics, 08.07.2019 19:30 Ancelingabaut

The graph of the function f(x) = –(x + 6)(x + 2) is shown below.
which statement about the function is true?
the function is increasing for all real values of x where
x < –4.
the function is increasing for all real values of x where
–6 < x < –2.
the function is decreasing for all real values of x where
x < –6 and where x > –2.
the function is decreasing for all real values of x where
x < –4.

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