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7.5/5 points |Previous AnswersTwo stoves are located33feet apart, one giving out 4 times as much heat as the other. If you stand at a point on the line betweenthe stoves at a distancexfrom the less powerful stove, the temperature of the air is given byAssume you move back an forth between the two stoves, always at least 4 ft from either stove.(a) Assume you wish to determine the maximum and minimum temperatures you would experience. The domain to study forthe function H(X) would be[$$4,$$29H(x)=100 ++.x2240(33x)2](b) There is one critical number for the function on the domain in (a) and it is$$331+4(13).(c) The maximum temperature you would experience ismax=$$115.0713436.(d) The minimum temperature you would experience ismin=$$100.9543653.60
12/14/16, 3)58 PMhw19S4.18.3/3 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 4.1.035.MI.SA.This question has several parts that must be completed sequentially. If you skip a part of the question, you will not receive anypoints for the skipped part, and you will not be able to come back to the skipped part.Tutorial ExerciseFind the critical numbers of the function.Part 1 of 3Forwe havePart 2 of 3Critical numbers occur whereg'(y) equals 0 or is undefined.g'(y) is undefined where the quadraticy22y+8in the denominator is0. So,is undefined for the following values. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. If an answer does not exist, enterDNE.)Part 3 of 3Since there are no real roots fory22y+8,g'(y) exists for all real numbers. This means critical numbers occur whereThis happens only when the numerator equals 0. Thus, the critical numbers are as follows. (Enter youranswers as a comma-separated list. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)
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