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I'm doing homework on line tangents and i'm stuck on this problem from a book (i have total of 7 questions that i need help with)
1. The equation for the line tangent to y=5-3x^2 at (-3,-22) is y= ??

2. Using the difination, calculate the derivative of the function. Then find the values of the derivatives as specified. f(x) = 6 - X^2; f '(-7), f '(0), f '(7)
f '(x) = ????

3. Find the average rate of change of the function over the given intervals.
F(x) = 7x^3 +7; A. [3,5] B. [4,-4] <<<< two part question

4. Find the average rate of change of the function over the given intervals.
F(x) = 11x^3 +11; A. [3,5] B. [4,-4] <<<< two part question

5. Find the average rate of change for the function.
f(x) = 1/x-2 BETWEEN x = -7 and x = 0

6. find f(a+h), f(a+h) -f(a) / h, and the instantaneous rate of change of F when a = 3 f(x) =1- 6x^2
f(a+h)=???

7. The revenue (in thousands of dollars) from producing X units of an item is modeled by R(x) = 14x - 0.01x^2. Find the marginal revene at x=400 .
The marginal revenue is ____ dollars per unit

Ok, thanks, ***** ***** need work shown, or just the answers?

-Scott

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
just the answers...how much is this? and how long will it take?

Ok, that'll save time :)

You offered $23 for this, but you can always leave a bonus when we finish.

Give me an hour or so.

-Scott

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
ok cool beans

No problem!

-Scott

Here you go!

1. The equation for the line tangent to y=5-3x^2 at (-3,-22) is y= ??
18x + 32

2. Using the difination, calculate the derivative of the function. Then find the values of the derivatives as specified. f(x) = 6 - X^2; f '(-7), f '(0), f '(7)
f '(x) = -2x
f'(-7) = 14
f'(0) = 0
f'(7) = -14

3. Find the average rate of change of the function over the given intervals.
F(x) = 7x^3 +7; A. [3,5]
343

B. [4,-4] <<<< two part question
usually the -4 would be first and the 4 second
112

4. Find the average rate of change of the function over the given intervals.
F(x) = 11x^3 +11; A. [3,5]
539

B. [4,-4] <<<< two part question
usually the -4 would be first and the 4 second
176

5. Find the average rate of change for the function.
f(x) = 1/x-2 BETWEEN x = -7 and x = 0
I'll assume it's 1/(x-2) with the whole x-2 on the bottom.
-1/18

6. find f(a+h), f(a+h) -f(a) / h, and the instantaneous rate of change of F when a = 3
f(x) = 1- 6x^2
f(a+h)= 1 - 6a^2-12ah-6h^2
f(a+h) -f(a) / h = -12a-6h
Then taking the limit as h->0 and plugging in 3
rate when a = 3: -36

7. The revenue (in thousands of dollars) from producing X units of an item is modeled by R(x) = 14x - 0.01x^2. Find the marginal revene at x=400 .
The marginal revenue is 6 dollars per unit

Let me know if you have any questions, and if you're all set, thanks for pressing Accept!
Scott

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH

but i have one more question and it requires me to attach a PIC, because its in graph form, how do i do that??

You can use a free file sharing site like http://www.mediafire.com and then post the sharing link here.

Thanks,

Scott

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
http://www.mediafire.com/i/?1nnwzrgpnehdbfq

Sure:

Use the subscripts for each of the xN's

f(x) is largest at x3
f(x) is smallest at x2
f'(x) is smallest at x5
f'(x) is closest to 0 at x4

Thanks again,

Scott

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
swweeeeeeeeeeeet i will surely come to you next time i neeed help :D