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Unformatted text preview: A ( t ) of the second liquid are measured, along with their rates of change with respect to time t in hours. At which time(s) below is the concentration of the second liquid: (a) decreasing? (b) changing at the fastest rate (speed)? What is the rate? (c) changing at the slowest rate (speed)? What is the rate? 7. Examine the table above without context. Find the value of the derivative of each of the following functions at t = 1 , 3 : (a) V ( t ) A ( t ) (b) A ( t )V ( t ) (c) t 2 A ( t ) (d) [ V ( t )] 2 (Note. .. this is V ( t ) V ( t ) ) (e) 2 t + A ( t ) 1 + V ( t ) (f) V ( t ) e t ...
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 Spring '08
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 Calculus, Geometry, Derivative, Quotient Rule

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