RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions - Increasing and Decreasing Functions

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17. Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Exercise 17.1
1. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
e
x is increasing on (0, 8).
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
2. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
a
x is increasing on (0, 8) if a > 1 and decresing on (0, 8), if 0 < a < 1.
case I
When a > 1
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
case II
When 0 < a < 1
f(x) = log
a
x
when a<1 log a < 0
let x
1
<x
2
? log x
1
< log x
2
?  [ ]
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing in (0, )
3. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a > 0 is an increasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a > 0
Page 2

17. Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Exercise 17.1
1. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
e
x is increasing on (0, 8).
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
2. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
a
x is increasing on (0, 8) if a > 1 and decresing on (0, 8), if 0 < a < 1.
case I
When a > 1
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
case II
When 0 < a < 1
f(x) = log
a
x
when a<1 log a < 0
let x
1
<x
2
? log x
1
< log x
2
?  [ ]
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing in (0, )
3. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a > 0 is an increasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a > 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
> ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b> ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing function of R
4. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a < 0 is a decreasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a < 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
< ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b< ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function of R
5. Question
Show that  is a decreasing function on (0, 8).
we have
let x
1
,x
2
(0, ) We have, x
1
> x
2
?
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function
6. Question
Show that  decreases in the interval [0, 8) and increases in the interval (-8, 0].
We have,
Page 3

17. Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Exercise 17.1
1. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
e
x is increasing on (0, 8).
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
2. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
a
x is increasing on (0, 8) if a > 1 and decresing on (0, 8), if 0 < a < 1.
case I
When a > 1
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
case II
When 0 < a < 1
f(x) = log
a
x
when a<1 log a < 0
let x
1
<x
2
? log x
1
< log x
2
?  [ ]
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing in (0, )
3. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a > 0 is an increasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a > 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
> ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b> ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing function of R
4. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a < 0 is a decreasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a < 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
< ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b< ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function of R
5. Question
Show that  is a decreasing function on (0, 8).
we have
let x
1
,x
2
(0, ) We have, x
1
> x
2
?
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function
6. Question
Show that  decreases in the interval [0, 8) and increases in the interval (-8, 0].
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let ,  (0, ] and
?
?
?
? f(x
1
)< f(x
2
)
f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Let >
?
?
?
?
f(x) is increasing on(-8,0].
Thus, f(x) is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
7. Question
Show that  is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let >
?
?
?
f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
?  f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Page 4

17. Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Exercise 17.1
1. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
e
x is increasing on (0, 8).
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
2. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
a
x is increasing on (0, 8) if a > 1 and decresing on (0, 8), if 0 < a < 1.
case I
When a > 1
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
case II
When 0 < a < 1
f(x) = log
a
x
when a<1 log a < 0
let x
1
<x
2
? log x
1
< log x
2
?  [ ]
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing in (0, )
3. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a > 0 is an increasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a > 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
> ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b> ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing function of R
4. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a < 0 is a decreasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a < 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
< ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b< ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function of R
5. Question
Show that  is a decreasing function on (0, 8).
we have
let x
1
,x
2
(0, ) We have, x
1
> x
2
?
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function
6. Question
Show that  decreases in the interval [0, 8) and increases in the interval (-8, 0].
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let ,  (0, ] and
?
?
?
? f(x
1
)< f(x
2
)
f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Let >
?
?
?
?
f(x) is increasing on(-8,0].
Thus, f(x) is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
7. Question
Show that  is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let >
?
?
?
f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
?  f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Let >
?
?
?
?
f(x) is increasing on(-8,0].
Thus, f(x) is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
8. Question
Without using the derivative, show that the function f(x) = | x | is
A. strictly increasing in (0, 8)
B. strictly decreasing in (-8, 0).
We have,
f(x) = |x| =
(a)Let ,  (0, ) and
?
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
(b) Let ,  (-8, 0)and
?
?
f(x) is strictly decreasing on(-8, 0).
9. Question
Without using the derivative show that the function f(x) = 7x - 3 is strictly increasing function on R.
Given,
f(x) = 7x – 3
Lets ,  R and
? 7 > 7
? 7 > 7
?
f(x) is strictly increasing on R.
Exercise 17.2
1 A. Question
Find the intervals in which the following functions are increasing or decreasing.
f(x) = 10 – 6x – 2x
2
Page 5

17. Increasing and Decreasing Functions
Exercise 17.1
1. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
e
x is increasing on (0, 8).
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
2. Question
Prove that the function f(x) = log
a
x is increasing on (0, 8) if a > 1 and decresing on (0, 8), if 0 < a < 1.
case I
When a > 1
let x
1
,x
2
(0, )
We have, x
1
<x
2
? log
e
x
1
< log
e
x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
case II
When 0 < a < 1
f(x) = log
a
x
when a<1 log a < 0
let x
1
<x
2
? log x
1
< log x
2
?  [ ]
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing in (0, )
3. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a > 0 is an increasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a > 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
> ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b> ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) > f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is increasing function of R
4. Question
Prove that f(x) = ax + b, where a, b are constants and a < 0 is a decreasing function on R.
we have,
f(x) = ax + b, a < 0
let x
1
,x
2
R and x
1
> x
2
? ax
1
< ax
2
for some a > 0
? ax
1
+ b< ax
2
+ b for some b
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function of R
5. Question
Show that  is a decreasing function on (0, 8).
we have
let x
1
,x
2
(0, ) We have, x
1
> x
2
?
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
Hence, x
1
> x
2
? f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
So, f(x) is decreasing function
6. Question
Show that  decreases in the interval [0, 8) and increases in the interval (-8, 0].
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let ,  (0, ] and
?
?
?
? f(x
1
)< f(x
2
)
f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Let >
?
?
?
?
f(x) is increasing on(-8,0].
Thus, f(x) is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
7. Question
Show that  is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
We have,
Case 1
When x [0, )
Let >
?
?
?
f(x
1
) < f(x
2
)
?  f(x) is decreasing on[0,8).
Case 2
When x (- ,0]
Let >
?
?
?
?
f(x) is increasing on(-8,0].
Thus, f(x) is neither increasing nor decreasing on R.
8. Question
Without using the derivative, show that the function f(x) = | x | is
A. strictly increasing in (0, 8)
B. strictly decreasing in (-8, 0).
We have,
f(x) = |x| =
(a)Let ,  (0, ) and
?
So, f(x) is increasing in (0, )
(b) Let ,  (-8, 0)and
?
?
f(x) is strictly decreasing on(-8, 0).
9. Question
Without using the derivative show that the function f(x) = 7x - 3 is strictly increasing function on R.
Given,
f(x) = 7x – 3
Lets ,  R and
? 7 > 7
? 7 > 7
?
f(x) is strictly increasing on R.
Exercise 17.2
1 A. Question
Find the intervals in which the following functions are increasing or decreasing.
f(x) = 10 – 6x – 2x
2
Given:- Function f(x) = 10 – 6x – 2x
2
Theorem:- Let f be a differentiable real function defined on an open interval (a, b).
(i) If f’(x) > 0 for all , then f(x) is increasing on (a, b)
(ii) If f’(x) < 0 for all , then f(x) is decreasing on (a, b)
Algorithm:-
(i) Obtain the function and put it equal to f(x)
(ii) Find f’(x)
(iii) Put f’(x) > 0 and solve this inequation.
For the value of x obtained in (ii) f(x) is increasing and for remaining points in its domain, it is decreasing.
Here we have,
f(x) = 10 – 6x – 2x
2
?
? f’(x) = –6 – 4x
For f(x) to be increasing, we must have
? f’(x) > 0
? –6 –4x > 0
? –4x > 6
?
?
?
Thus f(x) is increasing on the interval
Again, For f(x) to be increasing, we must have
f’(x) < 0
? –6 –4x < 0
? –4x < 6
?
?
?
Thus f(x) is decreasing on interval
1 B. Question
Find the intervals in which the following functions are increasing or decreasing.
f(x) = x
2
+ 2x – 5
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