(a)Find the slope of the tangent to the graph of f at a general point x0 using the definition of limits. (b) Use the result in part (a) to find the slope of the tangent line at x0 = 1:
(a)Find the slope of the tangent to the graph of f at a general point x0 using the definition of limits. (b) Use the result in part (a) to find the slope of the tangent line at x0 = 1:
Use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find the derivative of f(x)=∫((1/3)t2-1)5dt with upper bound x2 and lower bound 3 f'(x)=?
Use the fundamental theory of calculus to find the derivative of f(x)= integral ((1/3)t2-1)5 dt with upper bound x2 and lower bound 3 f'(x)=
i dont know how to deal with e and sine in the same equation.
The de?finitions of derivative of two functions f and g are given by: f' (x) = lim f(x + Δx) - f (x) / Δx , g'(x) = lim g(x + Δx) - g(x) / Δx ...
Use linear approximation and differential to approximate: sin 31`
Mostly having trouble with the x1x2 and x1x3 derivatives for some reason, so some explanation there would be helpful.
Find the derivative of the following functions: d^2 / dx2 (x sin x)
(a) Find the average velocity of the particle over the interval [1; 3] seconds. (b) Find the instantaneous velocity of the particle at t = 1 second.
Also, find the maximum or minimum value of f(x). Sketch the graph and label the critical point/s.
Find the derivative of g'(x)=∫(u+4/u-5)du with upper bound 3x and lower bound 9x
i just cant get why i got this wrong and i cant find the answer online, please tell me the answer and how to do this step by step, thank you so much!!
find the derivative of g(x)= ∫(u+4/u-5)du with upper bound 3x and lower bound 9x g'(x)=?
Find the derivative of g(x) integral (u+4)/(u-5) with upper bound 3x and lower bound 9x
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find the derivative of f(x) = √x+1 at x = 0 the derivative is 1/2x2, but i want to know the long way f(x+h)/h-f(x)/h method, thanks in advance
y=(x)/(x2-4)1/2 i get y'=-4/(x2-4)3/2
What is the second derivative for the function y=e^(6-x^2) ? Please show workings.
An offshore oil well is leaking oil and creating a circular oil slick. If the radius of the slick is growing at a rate of 4 miles/hour
Suppose the annual cost per active-duty armed service member in a certain country increased from $80,000 in 1995 to $90,000 in 2000. In 1990, there were 2 million armed service personnel and this...