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Problem 3.5 Let I and J be open intervals in R, and let f: I → J be a function that is strictly increasing, convex, bijective, and such that f > 0 and f > 0 on 1. Let g: J → I be the inverse of f. Show that g is concave, i.e., -g is convex. Hint: Remember your Calculus and compute g!

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