# Let f(x) = 4x3 − 3x2 / 6 − 2 sin x + (2x−1) cos x then f(x)

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Let $f(x)={4x^3-3x^2\over6}-2\sin x+(2x-1)\cos x$ then $f(x)$

(1) decreases in $\left[{1\over2},\ \infty\right)$

(2) increases in $\left[{1\over2},\ \infty\right)$

(3) decreases in $(-\infty,\ \infty)$

(4) increases in $\left(-\infty,\ {1\over2}\right]$