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Topic: monotonic function
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Michael Stemper

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Re: monotonic function
Posted: Nov 28, 2012 1:14 PM
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In article <usfab8pafpnbndsg2r5clm7vl6iabp1aqe@4ax.com>, quasi <quasi@null.set> writes:
>Michael Stemper wrote:
>>Sepidehshm writes:

>>>Thank you for your time.
>>>But as I mentioned above, I know the meaning of monotonic
>>>unctions. I need examples of these functions.

>>
>>How about f(x) = mx + b, with b<>0? That's an example of a
>>monotonic function.

>
>Surely you meant to require m<>0 rather than b<>0.


It seems to be my day for typos. Thanks for fixing this.


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