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Given that fis differentiable with the following
f(5, 4) 18
f5, 4)
- 3.6
fy5, 47.7
Use linear approximation to estimate f( 5.1, 3.91)
f(5.1, 3.91)
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Transcribed Image Text:Given that fis differentiable with the following f(5, 4) 18 f5, 4) - 3.6 fy5, 47.7 Use linear approximation to estimate f( 5.1, 3.91) f(5.1, 3.91)
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