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This means that f has a local minimum on c1, c2.
This is not the case: The extreme values of v occur at these times. The maximal area is Let f1 t and f2 t be the positions of the horses at time t.
Calculus One and Several Variables 10E Salas Solutions Manual
If f is continuous at c, then, by the rst-derivative test 4. We are asked to nd y0 for a given value of v0. The area of the rectangle is: Since f c 1: Again, Maggie should walk the entire distance! Also, f is dierentiable on a, a and continuous on [a, a]. An example like 47 b: Since P solutioons 0, P does 1e0 take on the value 0 on0].
Thus g must have at least one zero in a, b. The x-coordinate of the point of inection is: H is continuous at 0: Since f c f x for all x in some open interval around c, and likewise f c f x for all x in someopen interval around c, sevveral follows that f must be constant on some open interval containing c.
To minimize the fencing, make the garden 20 ft parallel to barn by 10 ft. Seeveral means c is a critical point of f. Therefore, f has exactly one zero in this interval. The argument at c2 is similar. Therefore f isnot dierentiable on 1, 4. It is sucient to show that the x-coordinate of the point of inection is the x-coordinate of the mid-point of the line segment connecting the local extrema.
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The cone of maximal volume has height 43R and radius 23R2. Not possible; by the intermediate-value theorem, f must have a zero in 3, 5. The equation of motion prior to the impact is: Since f and g are even functions,the graphs are symmetric about the y-axis. We modify the solution of Exercise 63, replacing abd walking rate of 2 miles per hour by the rowingrate of 3 miles per hour. Let R be a rectangle with its diagonals having length c, and let x be the length of one of its sides.
The shortest ladder is 55 ft long. The extreme values of a occur at these times. The result follows from Exercise56 a. The equation ofmotion following the impact is: The point 1, 1 is the point on the parabola closest to 0, 3.
The dimensions that will minimize the cost are: Thus, the minimum must occur variablex one of the endpoints: Then h is continuous on the closed interval [a, b]and dierentiable on the open interval a, b. Thus, f is increasing on0] and decreasing on [0. The Newton-Raphson method applied to thisfunction gives: Let x1, x2 [a, c], x1 1.