Relative max is the y value where the graph is "higher" than at any other y value in the "neighborhood"
Relative min is the y value where the graph is "lower" than at any other y value in the "neighborhood"
So....considering the "neighborhood" to be the interval on x of [1,5]
The relative min in this neighborhood is -14
And the relative max is -3
Does that make sense, Jenny??
First statement.....the y intercept of f(x) = 15.....the y intercept of g(x) = 20(.1.5)^0 = 20 * 1 = 20
So this statement is true
Second statement - I cannot tell whether this is true or not ???...I don't know what the function f(x) is...
Third statement - This is true....both functons are increasing on (-inf, inf)
Last statement - these are known as exponential functions.......they are always positive...so....this statement is false
Yes the first one makes sense, I see where I made my mistake,
However for the second one I am confused if maybe option 2 is correct or incorrect