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Spring 2011 Name Show all of your work on this paper in the space provided. Solutions without correct supporting work will not
earn credit. All answers must be exact unless stated otherwise in the problem. Only your best 10 attempts will count towards your grade. © 1. Find the absolute extreme values of f (x) 2 3+ In x2 on the interval [1,4]. §’(X3:r_§l€+_:2_ .. “tux 42m: 22 +o34a> labia X ' x2
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tangent line at x = 0? If there is a relative extremum at x = 0, how would this information about the tangent line affect how you sketch the graph at that oint?
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