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Unformatted text preview: 1. (3.) Use differentiation formulas to calculate f’ (1) for [ID I f(m)=\/Ef—_-'_—3 (1')) Use differentiation formulas to calculate the secoud deriva- . tiveof [I0 rolfi‘lfi 3 f(:c)=sin(sinz) x .u Cm inc) 2 01%)"; V r 2 ' '1 " (x) “ 7(‘4—3 I ,2 v if. CL) 1810‘.) '-= ( baLm 7a))(l4fl-7C) «Vim 1: (\«Mzwmflmxflw’x’ ' +(mtmeL—Mnx? 2. The slope of the tangent line to the curve fi+awy2=2 for a: = 0 is 8. Find the value of a. 111 X=od¢2~ V3??? Mgr” .L- ",/‘ A»; L fl+afia+alag%zo 3. Use the definition of the derivative and properties of limits to prove that if f = v 2a:2 -- 1 m -l taxi-4 +1 | then f’(1)= 2.. ‘VIU -: {In w‘”! ) Xi. H WH 4. There is a number c > 0 such that the triangle in the first quadrant bounded by the axes and the tangent line to the curve y=f3 at (c, c”3) has area equal to 6. Find the value of c. 5. Use the definition of the derivative and properties of limits to prove that if 1 f (11?) = 9—6; when g($) 75 0, then til; -( (PH-M— 00) ’ iv—Jo ‘1 WNW“) ...
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