5. The following is a graph of a function f(x):a. Give the domain of f(x) ininterval notation.b. State those values of r in the-337domain of f(x) where f(x) is notdifferentiable.efa)da.c. Determine-3d. Suppose F' (x) = f(x). Give the interval(s) on which F(x) is concave up.e. Is f(x) continuous at x-3? Explain your answer.- da by calculating the Riemann sum with 3 rectangles and using the right endpoints.16. Approximate7. Find

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5. The following is a graph of a function f(x):
a. Give the domain of f(x) in
interval notation.
b. State those values of r in the
-3
3
7
domain of f(x) where f(x) is not
differentiable.
efa)da.
c. Determine
-3
d. Suppose F' (x) = f(x). Give the interval(s) on which F(x) is concave up.
e. Is f(x) continuous at x
-3? Explain your answer.
- da by calculating the Riemann sum with 3 rectangles and using the right endpoints.
1
6. Approximate
7. Find
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5. The following is a graph of a function f(x): a. Give the domain of f(x) in interval notation. b. State those values of r in the -3 3 7 domain of f(x) where f(x) is not differentiable. efa)da. c. Determine -3 d. Suppose F' (x) = f(x). Give the interval(s) on which F(x) is concave up. e. Is f(x) continuous at x -3? Explain your answer. - da by calculating the Riemann sum with 3 rectangles and using the right endpoints. 1 6. Approximate 7. Find

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Step 1

Given, function is

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1 f(x)=interval = [2,8] x

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Reimann right sum is given by

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b-a ff (s) ά= ΔΣ (x) where, Δr and x, aiAr n=rectangles,x, =a and x b п

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So, the value of...

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8-2 Ar = 3 Ar 2 xo a0.Ar x, = 2 a1Ar x, = 2+2 = 4 x, = 2 + 4 = 6 xa2.Ar x a+3. Arx, = 2 + 6 = 8

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