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Unformatted text preview: 35’) 7:” ngg} QMZX) PROBLEM 2 a. Find the derivative of the function: f(;l?) : :1: sin“1(63‘"). b. Find the derivative of the function: ( > *1 ( 23+ 1 >
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for f, then take the derivative. If yau attempt to take the derivative directly, the problem will become long and complicated. PROBLEM 3 Evaluate the following indeﬁnite integrals (by substitutwn). / 1272 +1 1
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, 3:3 +3111+7 PROBLEM 4 An Organism has population 100 at time tzf) and population 1600 at time
t22. a. Find an equation for the populatisn at any time. 1). Find the population at. time t :2 6. c. Find the doubling time. PROBLEM 5 Evaluate the following deﬁnite integrals (by substitution). Hf
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i 1). Give the domain and the range of the inverse function f ‘1. C. Find the value of f“1(1). d. If f(3) : 2 and f’(3) : 10, determine the value of the derivative of f “"1 at
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 Fall '09
 FAMIGLIETTI,C
 Calculus

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