Concavity and Inflection Points on Graphs


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The graph shown is an example of a function that:

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1. The graph shown is an example of a function that:

2. The graph shown is an example of a function that:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet will allow you to test your understanding of concavity and inflection points on graphs. You will need to be able to correctly read and interpret graphs to finish this quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take this quiz to prove that you know how to:

  • Understand graphs of functions
  • Identify specific points on a graph
  • Determine the characteristics of a function at a certain point

Skills Practiced

You can benefit from this quiz by using it to practice these skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on concavity and inflection points on graphs
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems that involve graphs
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify facts about functions by viewing their graphs

Additional Learning

The lesson entitled Concavity and Inflection Points on Graphs provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about this subject. Study this lesson and you'll have the chance to learn more about:

  • What concavity describes
  • The differences between positive and negative derivatives
  • Examples of how concavity can be graphed