Michael Cho

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Solve the question Suppose the function f(t) is continuous and always positive. If G is an antiderivative of f , then we know that G: a. is always positive. b. is sometimes positive and sometimes negative. c. is always increasing. d. There is not enough information to conclude any of the above.Solve the question Suppose the function f(t) is continuous and always positive. If G is an antiderivative of f , then we know that G: a. is always positive. b. is sometimes positive and sometimes negative. c. is always increasing. d. There is not enough information to conclude any of the above.Solve the question Suppose the function f(t) is continuous and always positive. If G is an antiderivative of f , then we know that G: a. is always positive. b. is sometimes positive and sometimes negative. c. is always increasing. d. There is not enough information to conclude any of the above.

Tutor Gautham Shiyakino

Answer is C. f is the derivative of G, thus f > 0 implies G' > 0, and therefore G...

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