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# You are given a function f(x] but not given the formula for ffx] .In place of the formula, you are given that f[0] = 1 and you are given a formula for f [x] - You calculate f(x] and

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## You are given a function f(x] but not given the formula for ffx] .In place of the formula, you are given that f[0] = 1 and you are given a formula for f [x] - You calculate f"(x] and find that f"(x] > o no matter what x is. When you use Euler's faker to give a fake plot of flx] for x 20 , you know in advance that the Euler fake plot must run under the true plot of f[x] : How do you know this in advance? You are given a function f(x] but not given the formula for ffx] .In place of the formula, you are given that f[0] = 1 and you are given a formula for f [x] - You calculate f"(x] and find that f"(x] > o no matter what x is. When you use Euler's faker to give a fake plot of flx] for x 20 , you know in advance that the Euler fake plot must run under the true plot of f[x] : How do you know this in advance?

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