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# Prove that the function is strictly increasing on R.

Answer :

Domain of the function is R

finding derivative i.e f’(x)=2e^{x}

As we know e^{x} is strictly increasing its domain

f’(x)>0

hence f(x) is strictly increasing in its domain

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