# Quiz 3 - 1 Let's say that f(k = 0(13-2 What does this mean...

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Let's say that f ''(k) = 0 @(13, -2). What does this mean? A) There is definitely an inflection point at that location. B) There might be an inflection point at that location. C) There definitely is not an inflection point at that location. D) There's no way to tell without first knowing what the specific function is. 2. What is the converted substitution form of ∫12x2 (x3 + 1)5 dx? A) 4∫u5 du B) ∫u5 du C) ¼ ∫u5 du D) This cannot be solved by the substitution method. 3. The two types of errors that are related to differentials are: A) Human, Absolute. B) Absolute, Relative. C) Relative, Controllable. D) Controllable, Natural. 4. ∫1/x dx = A) Undefined because you cannot divide by zero. B) loge(x) C) ln(x) D) ln(x) + C 5. At what value of q is the concavity of w(q) = -2, if w(q) = q4 - 16? A) At q = 4 14 . B) At q = 0. C) Never; w(q) is always concave down. D) Never; w(q) is always concave up. 6. Does f(c) = (c + 2)3 − 2 have an inflection point? If so, where is it located? A) Yes, at (-2, -2). B) Yes, at (2, -2). C) Yes, at (8, -2). D) No.

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Quiz 3 - 1 Let's say that f(k = 0(13-2 What does this mean...

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