<u><em>g) Neither plant should increase by 1 cm in height.</em></u>
See the graph for this question on the figure attached.
The growing of the <em>plant A</em> is represented by the line that goes above the other. At start, that line has a slope that rises about 0.75 cm ( height increase) in 1 day. From the day 2 and forward the slope of the line decreases. The line reaches its highest point about at day 4 and seems to start decreasing. Thus, you should predict that on the day six it <em>most likely </em>does not increase in height.
The growing of the <em>plant B</em> is represented by the line drawn below the other. As for the plant B, the growing decreases with the number of days. Between the days 4 and 5 the line is almost flat, which means that <em>most likely</em> this plant will not grow on the day six or grow less than 0.5 cm.
Thus, for both plants you can say that <em>on day six, most likley, neither should increase by 1 cm in height (</em>option g).