**Unformatted text preview: **5. What have you found out if you know where the derivative of a function = 0? Why? 6. How can you interpret an elasticity result? For instance, if you get E = 0.6, what does that say about price and demand? 7. If you have a function like V = 4 3 r 3 , what is the difference in meaning between the associated functions dV dr and dV dt (assuming t represents time) ? 8. How do you determine the units of a definite integral answer in a story problem? 9. If you integrate a rate function of some sort, what kind of function do you get as a result? What if you compute a definite integral? 10. Describe what is meant by a Consumers' Surplus? a Producers' Surplus? Is it possible to have both?...

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- Spring '14
- ward
- Calculus, Derivative, Differential Calculus, Rate Of Change, Limits, average rate, Final Exam Topics, definite integral answer