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11th Edition
Ronald J. Harshbarger + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305108042
Textbook Problem

# For each function in Problems 29-34, complete the following steps.(a) Use a graphing calculator to graph the function in the standard viewing window.(b) Analytically determine the location of any asymptotes and extrema.(c) Graph the function in a viewing window that shows all features of the graph. State the ranges for x-values and y-values for your viewing window. f ( x ) = x + 25 x 2 + 1400

(a)

To determine

To graph: The function f(x)=x+25x2+1400 on a standard viewing window.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided function is, f(x)=x+25x2+1400.

Graph:

Do the following steps on TI-83 graphing calculator to graph the above function:

Step1: Press ON key.

Step2: Press “Y=” key.

Step3: Enter the equation “Y1=(X+25)/(X2+1400)

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The asymptotes for the function f(x)=x+25x2+1400.

(c)

To determine

To graph: The function f(x)=x+25x2+1400 in a customized viewing window.

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