gp09 - f (-2). 2. (5 pts.) Suppose that f (-2) = c . Use...

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Homework 9, Graded Problems You will turn these in as two separate assignments. Work each part on separate paper. Part I. 1. (10 pts.) Section 3.10; Problem 58. Use diferential approximation to get your answers. 2. (10 pts.) Section 3.10; Problem 64. Use diferential approximation to get your answer. Part II. (Keep this separate From Part I.) Suppose that f ( x ) > 0 on the interval ( - 4 , 0) and f ( - 4) = 0. 1. (5 pts.) Use the Mean Value Theorem to estimate
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Unformatted text preview: f (-2). 2. (5 pts.) Suppose that f (-2) = c . Use the MVT to estimate f (0). 3. (5 pts.) Suppose that f (0) = k and f ( x ) < 0 on the interval (0 , 4). Use the MVT to estimate f (4). 4. (5 pts.) Graph f ( x ) as best you can on the interval (-4 , 4). Your x-axis must have tickmarks at-4,-2, and 4. Your vertical axis must have tickmarks at c and k . 1...
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