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sin(4x). If Ax =
0, use linear approximation to estimate Ay
0.2 at
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Ay
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sin(4x). If Ax = 0, use linear approximation to estimate Ay 0.2 at Let y Ay Preview Find the percentage error Preview error= Get help: Video

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y sin(4x) Ax 0.2 at x = 0 Also, we need to find Ay

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Using the rule of proportiona...

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Ay dy Ax dx dy dx Ay Δx => [d(sin ax) dy 4 cos(4x) dx Now, for y sin(4x) = a cos ax = dx dy = 4 or, x = 0 rdy dx Ax Ay => 22 Ay 4 x 0.2 Ay0.8 27 27

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