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Step 1

To find an equation of the tangent line to the fnction *y = 4x ^{2}* at the point

Compute an approximation to *m* by choosing a nearby point *Q(x,4x ^{2} ) *on the graph .

Choose *x≠1* so that *Q≠P. *Find the value of *m* for the point *Q(1.5, 9).*

Step 2

The table shows the values of *m* for several values of *x* close to 1. The closer P is to Q, the closer *x* is to 1.

The closer *m _{PQ}* is to

Step 3

The slope of the tangent line is the limit...

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