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Unformatted text preview: Sections 4.3 (Due: Thursday, 10/25) Descrigtion: This homework will help you learn:
 the use of the first derivative to determine whether a function is increasing or decreasing,
 the First and Second Derivative Tests for local maxima and minima,
 the use of second derivative to determine concavity and points of reflection,
 the geometric description of concavity, and the relationship between concavity and the
behavior of the first derivative. ' Show all work to a A II credit.
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If f' 5 = O and f" 5 =0, what can ou sa about f?
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uncomfortably hot. What happens to the temperature in each case? wwwwrwe rem—arr mew—6:57“) The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing. , x L The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing.
i. The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of increase is increasing.
(039 E: v The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of increase is decreasing. ).
, 3< <b>f'(3)=r,2“'<3>=—1 £‘Cb)>o a. tl‘ , ar”(5)<o at 5‘ L The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase IS increasing.
The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing. FEE The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of increase is increasing. if”? The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of increase is decreasing. item—uh: . Masha91W E The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing.
E: The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing.
The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of increase is increasing.
E The temperature is decriasing, and the rate of increase is decreasing. (g>f'<3)=—1,f"(3)=—1 ’(5)<o .93\ , “aways E The temperature is increasing, and the rate of increase is increasing.
E The temperature is increasing, but the rate of increase is decreasing.
E The temperature is decreasing, but the rate of increase is increasing.
i The temperature is decreasing, and the rate of increase is de reasing. Damaia (—96 ,os 9) Find the inflection point of the function below. .
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