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Leif be the function given by f (2)
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r? + \$Z” – 13 – 7+ + +6r” which of the following statements is true?
f'(3.1)f'(-1.5) < f'(0.4) (-3.1) B j' (-3.1) < ' (0.4) < f'( 1.5) f'(-15) / (0.4) < \$'{_3.1) (0.4) j'{1.5) < f'(-3.1) The denvative of a function f is given by I' (2) - 0.13 + F10 25.2 At what value of x for r> 0 does the line tangent to the graph of ſ at x have slope 2 ?
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let f be the function given by f (2) – 2 Selected values of fate gaen in the table above of the values n the taiste are used to aproximate f* (0.5), that is the difference between the approximation and the actua
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Selected values of a function } are shown in the table above what is the average rate of change of f over the interval (1,5
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The function f is given by f(x) = 1 + 3 cos x. What is the average rate of change of f over the interval (0,7 ?
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Which of the following statements, if true, can be used to conclude that f (2) exists?
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1. limf (r) exists.
!! f is continuous at
. f is differentiable at r
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Let í be the function defined above Which of the following statements is true?
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is neste contatos por differentiable at: 2
fis continuous but not otierendabte at 2
jis defezentable but not continuous atr 2
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fisioth continuous and citerentiable at
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#f(0) – then f (2) –
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if fis the function defined by sa ve what is f’ (a)?
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if fis the function defined by (o) I, what is f’ ()?
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