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Therefore, f has exactly one zero in this interval.
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The equation of motion is: The triangle of least area is equilateral with side of length 2r3. Simply reverse the roles of f and g to show that f has exactly one zero between two consecutivezeros of g. Each edge increases by 0.
Thus, f has exactly one critical pointc in 2, 3. A ten story building provides the greatest return on investment. Let f t be the function that gives the cars velocity after t hours.
The argument at c2 is similar. Again, Maggie should walk the entire distance! Stand 12 ft from the wall for the most favorable view. This means c is a critical point of f.
Thus, the minimum must occur at one of the endpoints: Calculus one and several variables 10E Salas solutions manual ch Apply the argument given in Exercise 53 to the velocity functions v1 tv2 t. The Newton-Raphson method applied to this functiongives: Thus, f is increasing on3] [3, and decreasing on [3,3]. The area of the rectangle is: The Newton-Raphson method applied to thisfunction gives: The extreme values of v occur at these times.
The result follows fromthis.
The extreme values of a occur at these times. If there weremore than three distinct real roots of p xthen by Rolles theorem there would be more than twozeros of p x. Then h is continuous on the closed interval [a, b]and dierentiable on the open interval sakas, b. An amnual like 47 b: E x 0 on12so E has an absolute minimum at G is not dierentiable at 0: Suppose for no c in c1, c2 is f c a local minimum.
It follows from Theorem 4.
Calculus One and Several Variables 10E Salas Solutions Manual
Let T bethe time the horses nish noe race. Thus, f is increasing on0] and decreasing on [0. Let s t denote the distance that the car has traveled in t seconds since applying the brakes, 0 t 6. The most economical page has dimensions: Thus, f is increasing on [1, and decreasing on1]. The point 1, 1 is the point on the parabola closest to 0, 3.