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# F : R âŸ¶ R be A Differentiable Function ∀ x Ïµ R. If Tangent Drawn To The Curve At Any Point x Ïµ (a, b) Always Lie Below The Curve Then

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## Question

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Correct option is

None of these

Checking the options:

(A) f’(x) > 0

f’’(x) < 0

Not satisfactory

(B) f’(x) < 0

f’’(x) < 0

Not satisfactory,

(C) f’(x) > 0

f’’ (x) < 0

Satisfactory  (C).

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