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The acceleration at time c was mph. Also, f is dierentiable on a, a and continuous on [a, a].
Not possible; f is increasing, so f 2 must be greater than f 1. The maximal area is Home Documents Calculus one and several variables 10E Salas solutions manual ch The result follows from Exercise56 a. Therefore, f is not dierentiable on 1, 1. Let x1, x2 [a, c], x1 1. The least expensive box is Assume that s is dierentiable on 0, 6 and continuous on [0, 6]. Let x be the number of passengers and R the revenue in dollars. G is not dierentiable at 0: Thus g must have at least one zero in a, b.
Thus, f is increasing on [1, and decreasing on1]. If there weremore than three distinct real roots of p xthen by Rolles theorem there would be more than twozeros of p x. The Newton-Raphson method applied tothis function gives: The slope of the line through 1, 3 and 2, 9 is 2. Let f t be the function that gives the cars velocity after t hours.
We give a proof by contradiction. Solutionx its maximum height, the velocity of the object is 0. Apply the argument given in Exercise 53 to the velocity functions v1 tv2 t. Each edge increases by 0. However, the local maximum values are all the same, 1, and the local minimumvalues are all the same, 1. By Exercises 51 and 60,0.
Therefore f is not dierentiable on 1, 1. Refer to Exercise The argument at c2 is similar.
Not possible; by the intermediate-value theorem, f must have a zero in 3, 5. E x 0 on12so E has an absolute variiables at H sa,as continuous at 0: Since f c f x for all x in some open interval around c, and likewise f c f x for all x in someopen interval around c, it follows that f must be constant on some open interval containing c.
Thus, f is increasing on [1, 1];and decreasing on1] [1. The extreme values of a occur at these times. A ten story building provides the greatest return on investment. Let s t denote the distance that the car has traveled in t seconds since applying the brakes, 0 t 6. Use the obvious modication of the argument in Exercise 47 a. Stand 12 ft from the wall for the most favorable view. Let R be a rectangle with its diagonals having length c, and let x be the length of one of its sides.
Suppose thatf c1 is an endpoint minimum. Therefore, if p has no extreme values, then we musthave a23b 0.
We modify the solution of Exercise 63, replacing the walking rate of 2 miles per hour by the rowingrate of 3 miles per hour. If f is continuous at c, then, by the rst-derivative test 4.