Unformatted text preview: and x = 1, and then use derivatives to complete the solution. 7.3: 131 odd, 37*, 43 Note on 37: Just show that ± 1 is the only critical number, and stop there. Look at the applications in the Exercise set, especially #55. #51 is neat, too. Look at the bottom of p.396 for an application. 7.4: 143 odd, 47ac Look at 45, 48, 50. Warning: In the Student's Solutions Manual , the authors sometimes forget to write u out in terms of x in the final answer; in this sense, the manual does not complete some of the problems. Look back at Section 7.2: 3134 all! Look familiar? 7.5: 141 odd Look at the applications in the Exercise set, notably #49, 50, 52, 53. (See Warning for 7.4.) Note: The solutions manual uses another method on problems where you will probably use logarithmic differentiation. 7.6: Skip....
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