Calculus and Above
Calculus Questions? Ask a Mathematician for Answers ASAP
Thank you for the new request. I'll see you here then.
Just wanted to let you know that I'm here and ready when you are. (And have been all along.)
No need to rush on my account. I just wanted to be sure that you weren't waiting on me.
As long as it's math. :)
I figured as much. I was just feeling a little punchy the other day. :)
Looks like Problem #4 is missing from that set. I have 1 through 3, and 5 through 15.
Are there more, or do you need to finish these first?
Here is what I have for the first set:
As always, please let me know if any of these solutions get rejected.
I'll get the solutions for the second set posted for you as soon as I can. I'm currently late to an appointment that I had, so it will be later today before I can get them to you. These are all due sometime tomorrow, correct?
Ok, thanks. I'll take another look at #9 again, and will get to the the other sets as soon as I can.
For the first part of #9, it should have been (-5, -325/2). I'm sorry about the typo there.
"B in Part C is wrong as well but that is it."
I'm not sure what problem you're referring to there. Can you please clarify?
Here are the solutions for Set 2 and Set 3:
Please let me know if there are issues with any of the solutions, or if anything was overlooked.
I have the latest screenshots. I'll get those to you as quickly as I can.
Regarding #9b, is that from the first set.
Ok, I'll check that one out.
Were any more from the first set that were wrong? You seemed to indicate that yesterday, but I couldn't determine which problem it was.
For #9b in the second set, try just entering the x-coordinate of 1, instead of both coordinates.
For #5 and #6 in the second set:
5. Yes, Rolle's Theorem can be applied.
c = 2.5
6. No, because f is not differentiable in the open interval (a, b)
c = NA
The last part of 15d in the second set is also 0.
How about the first set?
Oh, jeez...how the heck did I miss that?
The maximum point is (0, 9).
Enter 0 in the box.
Top left box: 6
Top right box: 42
Bottom box: x - 6
Top box: 0
Bottom box: 6
Ok. Let's deal with #17 first. I suspect that the issue here is the format of the answer, rather than its mathematical correctness. I'll try to rearrange the equation a bit and see if it can be simplified.
For #31, the incorrect values should have been 2.9552 instead of 2.9952. I think that was my typo.
Trying entering the expression in the following screenshot for #17:
Ok. If you are ever shown the correct answer, I'd be interested in seeing it. I have graphed the original equation, the given point, and the equation of the tangent line that I came up with. The point lies on the graph of the original equation, and the equation of the tangent line plots as a tangent to the graph right at that given point. I'm sure that my answer is mathematically correct. It's just not in the form that they are looking for. There's just too many different ways of writing it.
Here are solutions for #37 and the new screenshots. Please let me know if there is anything else missing.
Can you send me a screenshot showing what you entered?
I'm sorry, it's my typo. There should be another "x" in the denominator, outside the parentheses.
Sounds good. I'll look forward to his response.
If there is anything else that I can help you with, please don't hesitate to ask. You know where to find me. :)