Calculus Solutions 3

Calculus Solutions 3 - A-2 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems...

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Unformatted text preview: A-2 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems 1 7 (-3,19) and (8, E) 1 9 c = 4, y = 3 - x tangent at x = 1 2 1 (1 + h)3; 3h + 3h2 + h3; 3 + 3h + h2; 3 23 Tangents parallel, same normal 25 y = 2ax - a2,Q = (0, -a2) ; distance a2 + i ; angle of incidence = angle of reflection fi' 2 7 ~ = 2 p ; f o c u s h a s y = $ = p 2 9 y - & = x + L - x = - 2 - 4 - 4 31 y - = -1 2 a ( x - a ) ; y = a 2 + $ ; a = $ 3 3 ($)(1000) = 10 at x = 10 hours 5 5 a = 2 41 57 1.01004512; 1 + 10(.001) = 1.01 3 9 (2 + AX)^ - (8 + 6Ax) = AX)' + AX)^ 4 1 xl = i; x2 = - 40 4 3 T = 8 s e c ; f ( T ) = 9 6 m e t e r s 4 5 a > t m e t e r s / s e c 2 Section 2.4 The Derivative of the Sine and Cosine (page 70) 1(a) and (b) 3 0; 1; 5; $ 5 sin(x + 2s); (sin h)/h -t 1; 2 s 7 cos2 B w 1- 8 ' + f B4; f B4 is small 9 s i n i B m i B 11:;4 1 3 P S = s i n h ; a r e a O P R = i s i n h < c u r v e d a r e a i h 1 5 c o s x = l - d - + L - . . ....
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