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Asked Nov 13, 2019

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If
*df*.

f(x) = 3 cos^{2}(x),

compute its differential df =

Approximate the change in *f* when *x* changes from

x =

to
π |

6 |

x =

+ 0.1.

(Round your answer to three decimal places.)π |

6 |

Δf ≈

Approximate the relative change in *f* as *x* undergoes this change. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)

Step 1

Compute the differentials, d*f*.

Step 2

Apply the chain rule,

Step 3

From the condition w...

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