# Find the interval

(i) It is given that f(x) =

Now, if f’(x) =0

cos x = 0 or cosx = 4

But, cosx = 4 is not possible

Therefore, cosx =0

x =

Now, x = divides (0,2π) into three disjoints intervals

In the intervals and, f’(x)>0

Therefore, f(x) is increasing for 0< x < and < x < 2π.

In interval, f’(x)<0

Therefore, f(x) is decreasing for < x < .

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