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Math 1314 Daily Poppers 013 Bubble in: Number 014; You PSID# 1. The last topic we covered before spring break was
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2. Today is
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3. Write an equation of a tangent line to the graph of 2 ( ) 5 1 f x x x = - + at the point (2, 0).
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4. Find the derivative: 2 6000 ( ) 4 f x x x = + 6000 8 x x + 6000 8 x x -
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5. Suppose 2 ( ) 8 5 f x x x = - + . Find all values of x for which '( ) 10 f x = .
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6. Suppose 3 2 ( ) 5 6 f x x x x = - + . Which of these is a zero of the function?
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7. The number of pieces of direct mail delivered by the USPS in the Houston area is approximated by the function 2 ( ) 1.25 0.2 9 P x x x = - + where x represents time in years and ( ) P x represents the number of pieces of direct mail given in millions. Find the rate at which the number of pieces of direct mail is
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