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4 Applications of Derivatives p118, #103 The volume of a cube with sides of length the volume with respect to s when s = 4 centimeters.

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the graph at the right represents h ( x ) , sketch the graph of h′ ( x )

If

The graph at the right represents the population in 1000’s of a town at years measured from 1980. Estimate the population in the year 1986? Estimate the average rate of growth from 1979 to 1986? Estimate the rate of growth in 1973? In 1989?

The graph at the left represents the position of an object to the right of an arbitrary starting point in meters with respect to time in minutes. What is the position of the object at t = −7 min ? When is the velocity of the object zero? Over what interval is the velocity negative? When does the velocity appear to be the greatest? When might the acceleration be zero?

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a) Find f ′ ( 3) b) Approximate g ′ ( 0 ) c) If the function h is defined by h ( x ) = g f ( x) , evaluate: h ( 2) h ′ ( 3) The function f is continuous and differentiable on the closed interval [ 1, 5] . The table below gives selected values of f on this interval. Which of the following statements must be true? x f(x) 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 3 5 -2

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b) f ′′ ( x ) < 0 for 3 < x < 5

c) There exists a c, 1 < c < 5 such that f ( c ) = 0 A car is moving along a straight road from A to B, starting at time t = 0. Below is a graph of the car’s velocity (positive direction from A to B), plotted against time. How many kilometers away from A is the car at time t = 6? At what time does the car change direction? Sketch a graph of the acceleration of the car on the same graph.

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