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# Lab 5

12/8/15, 7:25 PM

Chris Ramos
Math 2413.WS1 F2015, Fall 2015
Instructor: Denise Brown

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## The graph of the derivative f' of a function f is shown.

(a) On what intervals is f increasing? (Enter your answer using interval notation.)
$$(0, 1), (3, 5) ## On what intervals is f decreasing? (Enter your answer using interval notation.)$$(1, 3), (5, 6)

(b) At what values of x does f have a local maximum or minimum? (Enter your answers as a
comma-separated list.)

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Lab 5

12/8/15, 7:25 PM

x=

$$(, 1.42)(.41, 0)(0, .41)(1.42, ) ## Find the inflection points of the function.$$.74, 5.82
(x, y) =
(smaller x-value)

$$(.74, 0)(.74, ) Solution or Explanation http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 8 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## f(x) = 7 sin x + cot x, x ## f'(x) = 7 cos x csc2 x http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 ## f''(x) = 7 sin x + 2 csc2 x cot x Page 9 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM From the graph of f, we see that there are VAs at x = 0 and x = . f is an odd function, so its graph is symmetric about the origin. From the graph of f', we estimate that f is decreasing on (, 1.42), increasing on (1.42, 0.41), decreasing on (0.41, 0), decreasing on (0, 0.41), increasing on (0.41, 1.42), and decreasing on (1.42, ), with local minimum values f(1.42) 7.07 and f(0.41) 5.09, and local maximum values f(0.41) 5.09 and f(1.42) 7.07. From the graph of f '', we estimate that f is CU on (, 0.74), CD on (0.74, 0), CU on (0, 0.74), and CD on (0.74, ## ). There are IPs at about (0.74, 5.82) and (0.74, 5.82). ## Show My Work (Required) What steps or reasoning did you use? Your work counts towards your score. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) FullSizeRender 3.jpg Show My Work has not been graded yet. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 10 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM No Files to Display ## 7. 6.5/10 points | Previous AnswersSCalcET7 4.6.014. Sketch the graph by hand using asymptotes and intercepts, but not derivatives. Then use your sketch as a guide to producing graphs (with a graphing device) that display the major features of the curve. Use these graphs to estimate the maximum and minimum values. (Round your answers to three decimal places.) f(x) = ## (2x + 3)2(x 2)5 x3(x 5)2 (x, f(x)) = -1.5 -1.500 , 0 (x, f(x)) = 1.5 7.980 , -.027 0.000 (smaller x-value) local minima 609.174 (larger x-value) Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution ## Show My Work (Required) What steps or reasoning did you use? Your work counts towards your score. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) FullSizeRender 2.jpg Show My Work has not been graded yet. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) No Files to Display ## 8. 10/10 points | Previous AnswersSCalcET7 4.3.042. http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 11 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## Consider the function below. f(x) = ln(x4 + 27) (a) Find the interval of increase. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)$$(0, )

$$(, 0) (b) Find the local minimum value(s). (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)$$ln(27)

does not exist, enter DNE.)
$$DNE ## (c) Find the inflection points. http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 12 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM$$3, ln(108)
(x, y) =
(smaller x-value)

$$3, ln(108) (x, y) = (larger x-value) Find the interval where the graph is concave upward. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)$$(3, 3)

Find the intervals where the graph is concave downward. (Enter your answer using interval
notation.)
$$(, 3)(3, ) Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution ## Show My Work (Required) What steps or reasoning did you use? Your work counts towards your score. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) IMG_6005.JPG http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 13 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## Show My Work has not been graded yet. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) No Files to Display ## 9. 10/10 points | Previous AnswersSCalcET7 4.3.062. Let f(t) be the temperature at time t where you live and suppose that at time t = 3 you feel uncomfortably hot. What happens to the temperature in each case? (a) f '(3) = 2, f ''(3) = 2 The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing. The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing. The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of change is increasing (becoming less negative). The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of change is decreasing (becoming more negative). (b) f '(3) = 2, f ''(3) = 2 The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing. The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing. The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of change is increasing (becoming less negative). The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of change is decreasing (becoming more negative). (c) f '(3) = 2, f ''(3) = 2 http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 14 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing. The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing. The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of change is increasing (becoming less negative). The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of change is decreasing (becoming more negative). (d) f '(3) = 2, f ''(3) = 2 The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing. The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing. The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of change is increasing (becoming less negative). The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of change is decreasing (becoming more negative). Solution or Explanation Click to View Solution ## Show My Work (Required) What steps or reasoning did you use? Your work counts towards your score. f'(x) = temperature f''(x) = rate of change + means increasing - means decreasing Uploaded File (10 file maximum) No Files to Display http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 15 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## Show My Work has not been graded yet. Uploaded File (10 file maximum) No Files to Display http://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=12714213 Page 16 of 17 Lab 5 12/8/15, 7:25 PM ## 10.6.5/10 points | Previous AnswersSCalcET7 4.3.068. ## For what values of the numbers a and b does the function ## have the maximum value f(1) = 6? a=$$6e

b=
12

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