#### PlanetMaster

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Can you please provide the question?can you figure out why the gradient of a curve is never negative ?

Generally, if a question is asking why the gradient of a curve is never negative, you need to find the derivative of y (gradient) and you'll get an equation which can never be negative for e.g.:

\((3x-2)^2,\text{ which is always}>0\)