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Whch of the two functions below has the smallest minimum y-value? f(x)=4(x-6)^4+1, g(x)=2x^3+28. A.There is not enough information to determine. B. g(x) C.f(x) D. The extreme minimum y-value for f(x)and g(x)is - infinity.

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asked 2021-01-28

Whch of the two functions below has the smallest minimum y-value?
\(f(x)=4(x-6)^4+1, g(x)=2x^3+28\).
A.There is not enough information to determine.
B. g(x)
C.f(x)
D. The extreme minimum y-value for f(x)and g(x) is - infinity.

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2021-01-29
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A is the correct answer
Function G continues decreasing to negative infinity while f(x) is a positive parabola
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