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**Unformatted text preview: **Student:Lucas Rodrigues Instructor: Gar Guyton Assignment: Section 1.6
Date: lli‘24f1 0 Course: Guyton MA 160 Fall 2010 CRN
Time: 12:10 PM 20746 8:40 AM Book: Bittinger: Calculus and Its Applications, 9e 1, Find y ’ (a) by applying the product rule and (b) by multiplying the factors to produce a sum of simpler
terms to differentiate. y=(7-x2)(x3-5x+2) (a)y’=D
(b)y'=|:i 2_ Find the derivative.
_ x5 + 6
Y x3 yea 3_ Differentiate the function. y= (6x4—x+4)(—x5+5) FD 4_ Find the derivative of the function.
_ 3x — 1
y 9x + 4 5. Differentiate. G(x) = (2x2 +9)(2x + V?) Gtx) =D Page 1 Student:Lucas Rodrigues Instructor: Gar Guyton Assignment: Section 1.6
Date: lli‘24f10 Course: Guyton MA 160 Fall 2010 CRN
Time: 12:10 PM 20746 8:40 AM Book: Bittinger: Calculus and Its Applications, 96 6. Differentiate.
7x - 1
3
= +
g(X) 8x + 7 x 7, Differentiate the given function. y= (4x2+3)[5x — 3' + 3] X
y’=|:| 8_ Differentiate. 9- The cost, in dollars, of producing x jackets is given by C(x) = 924 + 1411;. Find the rate at which the
average cost is changing when 484 jackets have been produced. Find the rate at which the average cost is changing when 484 jackets have been produced. |:| dollars per jacket
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