I think the question is false. Knowing that a critical point MUST be a point where the derivative is 0 or undefined, then of it can be a local min/local max. Please correct me if im wrong

I think the question is false. Knowing that a critical point MUST be a point where the derivative is 0 or undefined, then of it can be a local min/local max. Please correct me if im wrong

how do we find pointa of discountity of trignometric functions such as tan^-1(5x) or sec(5x)

Let f(x)=x^3+3x^2-144x+1 on what interval is f increasing (including the endpoints in the the interval)? Interval of increasing = ---- On what interval...

Derive f(x) = 5+ (4/x) +(3/x^2)

Let y=x^7-4x^5+8x^3-2x-7 Then y(2) is --- Then (dy)/(dx) is --- (d(2))/(dx) is --- The second derivative of y is --- and y''(2) is -----

find the derivative of: 10x^(1/4) + 7x^(-6)

If f(x) = 3/(x^2), find f'(1)

Two poles 20 and 28 feet high respectively are 30 feet away. It must be fastened with cables fixed at a single point, from the ground to the ends of the points. Where are the cables to be fixed so...

Good morning, I hope somebody can help me. I have the following problem regarding Reverse Convertible Notes. The , 4-month RCN has the following data: S0 underlying:...

please show all work. Find the derivaI’ve of f(x)=2x^7

The legs of an isoceles triangle are increasing at a rate of 16cm/s while the base of the triangle remains constant at 60cm. At what rate is the area of the triangle increasing when each leg is 50cm...

Use the definition of the derivative((f(x+h)-f(x))/h) to compute dy/dx, then find the equation of tangent line at x=2. Step by step calculation

If the trajectory of a stone is modeled by d=37+7t-49t^2, where t is the time in seconds and d is the vertical distance in meters. What is the speed of the stone after 2 seconds?

Find the derivatives of each of the following vectors. x(t) = [ t3 - 2t2 +t etsin(t) ]

find the values of derivatives, anyone who can help me to solve this problem welcome!!

Find the following: d/dx of integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw second derivative of integral from t to t^2 of v(w)dw Calculus...

can you please help me find the derivative of x^2+(y-5)=25

I'm pretty sure this scenario is impossible but want to check for sure. I have been asked to graph an even function whose first derivative is negative on the interval (-2,2). Impossible right?

it's a math problem of class 11 state board

deravitve of 1/ cuberoot of x , using limit defintion , with steps please