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Course: WEB 191, Fall 2009
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191 FINAL Math EXAM Fall 2000 SHOW ALL WORK. CIRCLE YOUR ANSWERS. CLOSED BOOK. NO CALCULATORS. 1. (25 pts) Let f (x) = xx = ex ln x , x &gt; 0 (a) Compute lim f (x) if it exists. + x0 (b) Locate and identify the critical points of f (x) in x &gt; 0. (c) Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum of f (x) in x &gt; 0 if they exist. (d) Find the linearization of f at x = 1. (e) Solve the equation...

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