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The graph plots g(x) I am confused about b). First, if interval notation is used, should it be inclusive or exclusive () or []? Second, between x=-2 and x=-1, g'(x)=0, so does that also counts as concave up?


Let Go) be an antiderivative of g(x) such that G(0) = -1/2.
(a) Compute the value of G(-5) exactly.
(b) On what interval (s) is G(@) concave up?

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