Question

Find (f ^{−1})'(a).

f(x) = 3x^{3} + 4x^{2} + 8x + 2, a = 2

(f ^{−1})'(a) =

Find answers to questions asked by student like you

Q: Solve the inequality in terms of intervals and illustrate the solution set on the real number line. ...

A: The given inequality is

Q: Use the method of substitution to find the following indefinite integral. sin (9z-5)dz J sin (9z-5)d...

A: We substitute 9z-5=t and then use the result that integration of sinx is -cosx

Q: 32. Find the limit of the series: x (1+x) (+x) 1+x2 A) B) xx X+x C) (1+x D) (1+x) E) x

A: Given series is,

Q: The fiqure shows retail sales s of electricity, in quadrillion kWh, to residential consumers with re...

A: Since the graph is going upwards on the right side so it is increasing. Answer(a): Increasing

Q: The lines for the graphs?

A: Graph of part a

Q: (a) Write a specifific example of a third order, linear, nonhomogeneous, autonomous ordinary diffffe...

A: a) An example of a third order, linear, nonhomogeneous ordinary differential equation is,

Q: evaluate the expression: cos-1 (-√2/2)

A: Cos is negative in 2nd quadrant.

Q: how do you use values of x to find slope of the secant line?

A: Obtain the slope of the secant line as

Q: on the graph of f(x) co 6. Give the slope of the line that passes through the points P and Q coS x i...

A: Given,