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Unformatted text preview: s 1 ( ) 0.01 = 3.0301 mph 1, 1.001 0.001 s 1.001 ( ) s 1 ( ) 0.001 = 3.003001 mph + 3 mph These average velocities approach 3 mph, which is v 1 ( ) . The reader can verify that v 1 ( ) = 3 mph in the Exercises. Part D will help. WARNING 1 : Tables can sometimes be misleading. The table here does not represent a rigorous evaluation of v 1 ( ) . Answers are not always integervalued. If h is close to 0, we may be able to use the corresponding average velocity as an approximation for v 1 ( ) ....
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 Spring '09
 Derivative, Limits

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