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Chapter 11 / Exercise 39
Multivariable Calculus
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? = −|? − 2| + 4
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Chapter 11 / Exercise 39
Multivariable Calculus
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Math 107 Quiz 3 Page 7 9) Graph the function. Find the zeros of each function and the x- and y-intercepts of each graph, if any exist. From the graph, determine the domain and range of each function, list the intervals on which the function is increasing, decreasing or constant, and find the relative and absolute extrema, if they exist. [Textbook Section 2.2] ? = 3|−2? + 4| + 3
Math 107 Quiz 3 Page 8 10) A BMI of 30 or greater can create an increased risk of developing medical problems associated with obesity. The table shows the height and weight for individuals who have a BMI of 30. [Textbook Section 2.5] Height (in) 61 65 67 72 Weight (lbs) 160 180 190 220 Find the least squares line for this data (line of best fit). Is it a good fit? What does the slope of the line represent? Approximate the weight of a 6’3” tall person with a BMI of 30. Does the prediction seem reasonable? Explain. Approximate the height of a person with a BMI of 30 who weighs 250 lbs. Does the prediction seem reasonable? Explain. (Show your work here, or attach 73 230 your work with your quiz submission.) End of quiz: please do not forget to write and sign (or type) the required statement explained in the box on page 1 of the quiz.
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