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(a) Find the linear approximation of y = f(z) = yr at a = 256 and(b) Use (a) to approximate 260, and also v258.(c) Compute the differential df and the relative change(d) From, (e), what relative or percent change in f will be produced by an 5%dfchange in r?

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Answer part D. 

(a) Find the linear approximation of y = f(z) = yr at a = 256 and
(b) Use (a) to approximate 260, and also v258.
(c) Compute the differential df and the relative change
(d) From, (e), what relative or percent change in f will be produced by an 5%
df
change in r?
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(a) Find the linear approximation of y = f(z) = yr at a = 256 and (b) Use (a) to approximate 260, and also v258. (c) Compute the differential df and the relative change (d) From, (e), what relative or percent change in f will be produced by an 5% df change in r?

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Step 1

As we consider the approximation of function have already done in  above parts,

(D) When change in x is 5 percent, dx=0.05 and x=256.

Step 2

From above parts we have already compute df/f,

Now, after the 5 percent change in f.

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Step 3

This is the relative change in f produced by 5 percent change in x.

Now, Putti...

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