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Mth_251_simonds_fina - MTH 251 Mr Simonds class Fall Term 2008 Final Exam MTH 251 Final Exam Given 1 Name State the interval or values of x that

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MTH 251 – Mr. Simonds class – Fall Term, 2008 – Final Exam Page 1 of 8 MTH 251 – Final Exam Given December 11, 2008 Name 1. State the interval or values of x that satisfy each of the following properties with regards to the continuous function f whose first derivative is shown in Figure 1. In all cases restrict your answers to the interval ( ) 10,10 Please note that the correct answer to more than one of the questions is “nowhere” or “none.” Complete sentence answers are totally unnecessary. (1.25 points each) a. Over what intervals is f ′′ a linear function? b. Over what intervals is f a linear function? c. At what values of x does f have points of inflection? d. At what values of x do antiderivatives of f have points of inflection? e. At what values of x is f nondifferentiable? f. At what values of x is f nondifferentiable? g. At what values of x are antiderivatives of f nondifferentiable? h. At what values of x does f have a local maximum point? i. At what values of x does f have a local minimum point? j. Over what intervals is f increasing concave down? k. Over what intervals is f decreasing concave down?
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course MATH math 251 taught by Professor Simonds during the Spring '10 term at Portland CC.

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Mth_251_simonds_fina - MTH 251 Mr Simonds class Fall Term 2008 Final Exam MTH 251 Final Exam Given 1 Name State the interval or values of x that

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