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Chris Ramos

Math 2413.WS1 F2015, Fall 2015

Instructor: Denise Brown

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(a) On what intervals is f increasing? (Enter your answer using interval notation.)

$$(0, 1), (3, 5)

$$(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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x=

$$1, 3, 5

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When the graph is above the x-axis it's increasing, when it's below the x-axis it's decreasing. Local

maxima and minima are zeroes in the derivative.

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If f '(x) > 0 for 6 < x < 9, then f is increasing on (6, 9).

True

False

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If the graph is above the x-axis, which it is because f'(x) is greater the 0, then that means that

f(x) is increasing. The statement is true.

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If f ''(7) = 0, then (7, f(7)) is an inflection point of the curve y = f(x).

True

False

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y=f(x)=1 There are no inflect points.

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If f is odd and f is differentiable, then f ' is odd.

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True

False

Solution or Explanation

False. If f is odd, then f ' is even.

For example, f(x) = x3 is odd while f '(x) = 3x2 is even.

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["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["-","x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1},"=","f","'",{"tmpl":

["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["-","x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1},{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":

[[{"args":[["d"],["d","x"]],"name":"\\frac","arity":2,"up":0,"down":1},{"tmpl":

["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["-","x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1}]],"inline":0,"arity":1},"=","-","f","'",

{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["-","x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1}]

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using the chain rule I arrived to that, but then

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["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["-","x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1},"=",{"args":[["d"],

["d","x"]],"name":"\\frac","arity":2,"up":0,"down":1},{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":[["","f",{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":

[["x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1}]],"inline":0,"arity":1},"=","-",{"args":[["d"],

["d","x"]],"name":"\\frac","arity":2,"up":0,"down":1},"f",{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":

[["x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1},"=","-","f","'",{"tmpl":["\\left({","}\\right)"],"args":

[["x"]],"inline":0,"arity":1}," \\\\& "," \\\\& "]

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That means that -f'(-x)=-f'(x), and when you divide by a negative it become f'(-x)=f'(x) which

makes f'(x) even. So that means the statement is false.

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lim

x 0 ex

=1

True

False

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The limit of x as x approaches 0 is 0, and the limit of x as x approaches e^0 equals one. 0/1 = 0

not 1. Therefore, the statement is false.

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Produce graphs of f that reveal all the important aspects of the curve. Then use calculus to find the

following. (Enter your answers using interval notation. Round your answers to two decimal places.)

f(x) = 7 sin x + cot x,

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$$(, 1.42)(.41, 0)(0, .41)(1.42, )

$$.74, 5.82

(x, y) =

(smaller x-value)

$$.74, 5.82

(x, y) =

(larger x-value)

$$(, .74)(0, .74)

$$(.74, 0)(.74, )

Solution or Explanation

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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,

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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) =

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)

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f(x) = ln(x4 + 27)

(a) Find the interval of increase. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)

$$(0, )

Find the interval of decrease. (Enter your answer using interval notation.)

$$(, 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)

Find the local maximum value(s). (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. If an answer

does not exist, enter DNE.)

$$DNE

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$$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, )

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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

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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).

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f'(x) = temperature

f''(x) = rate of change

+ means increasing

- means decreasing

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a=

$$6e

b=

$$12

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