Question

Asked Oct 6, 2019

11 views

I'm having a hard time understanding what this study question is asking...

"If you can’t find instantaneous rates of change by using algebra because both the denominator and numerator will equal zero at a giving point, why can you take the derivative of a function?"

Step 1

When both the denominator and numerator will equal zero at a given point then we can use L'Hopital's rule.

Th...

Tagged in

Q: Find the derivative

A: To compute the derivative of ln|cscx|

Q: The average gain in life expectancy at birth in the US has remained almost constant for 150 years, a...

A: Given:The average gain in life expectancy is equals to 3 months per year. Converting it in years so ...

Q: Find all values of x for the given function where the tangent line is horizontal. f(x) x3- 12x2 + 45...

A: To determine the all values of x for the given function where tangent line is horizontal.

Q: differentiate the function

A: Given: -

Q: Find a general formula for f.(n) f(x)=(x-7)-1 Talking about formula to find any derivative

A: Given:

Q: The weight of a laboratory mouse between 3 and 11 weeks of age can be modeled as 11.1 + 7.36 In t gr...

A: Given:The model for the weight of a laboratory mouse between 3 and 11 weeks of age is,

Q: Find the derivative of the function 1 f(x) x1/8 f '(x)

A: Given:

Q: Can you help me with this problem step by step?

A: The given equation is x = cot y.Differentiate both sides with respect to x.

Q: Find the points on the cone z2 = x2 + y2 that are closest to the point (2, 2, 0). (x, y, z)...

A: Given,