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Author: James Stewart
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Chapter 2 Solutions

Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, Volume I

Ch. 2.2 - Explain what it means to say that...Ch. 2.2 - Explain the meaning of each of the following. (a)...Ch. 2.2 - Use the given graph of f to state the value of...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.2 - For the function h whose graph is given, state the...Ch. 2.2 - For the function g whose graph is given, state the...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 8ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.2 - A patient receives a 150-mg injection of a drug...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 12ECh. 2.2 - Use the graph of the function f to state the value...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 15ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.2 - Guess the value of the limit (if it exists) by...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 24ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.2 - (a) By graphing the function f(x) = (cos 2x cos...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 35ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 38ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 39ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 44ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 45ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 46ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 49ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 50ECh. 2.2 - Graph the function f(x) = sin(/x) of Example 4 in...Ch. 2.2 - Prob. 52ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 53ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 54ECh. 2.2 - Prob. 55ECh. 2.3 - Given that limx2f(x)=4limx2g(x)=2limx2h(x)=0 find...Ch. 2.3 - Tire graphs of f and g are given. Use them to...Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 3ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 4ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 6ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 7ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 8ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.3 - (a) What is wrong with the following equation?...Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 12ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 13ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 15ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 20ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 24ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.3 - Evaluate the limit, if it exists. limx164x16xx2Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 29ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.3 - Use the Squeeze Theorem to show that...Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 38ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 39ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 44ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 45ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 46ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 48ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 49ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 50ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 51ECh. 2.3 - l.et g(x)={xifx13ifx=12xif1x2x3ifx2 (a) Evaluate...Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 53ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 54ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 55ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 56ECh. 2.3 - If p is a polynomial, Show that limxa p(x) = p(a)Ch. 2.3 - Prob. 58ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 59ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 60ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 61ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 62ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 63ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 64ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 65ECh. 2.3 - Prob. 66ECh. 2.4 - Use the given graph of f to find a number such...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 2ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 3ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 4ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 6ECh. 2.4 - For the limit limx2(x33x+4)=6 illustrate...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 8ECh. 2.4 - (a) Use a graph to find a number such that if 2 x...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 10ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 12ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 13ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 15ECh. 2.4 - Prove the statement using the , definition of a...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.4 - Prove the statement using the , definition of a...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 20ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.4 - Prove the statement using the , definition of a...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 29ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.4 - If H is the Heaviside function defined in Example...Ch. 2.4 - Prob. 39ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.4 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.4 - Suppose that limxaf(x)=andlimxag(x)=c, where c is...Ch. 2.5 - Write an equation that expresses the fact that a...Ch. 2.5 - If f is continuous on ( , ).what can you say about...Ch. 2.5 - (a) From the graph of f , state the numbers at...Ch. 2.5 - From the graph of g, state the intervals on which...Ch. 2.5 - Sketch the graph of a function f that is...Ch. 2.5 - Sketch the graph of a function f that is...Ch. 2.5 - Sketch the graph of a function f that is...Ch. 2.5 - Sketch the graph of a function f that is...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.5 - Explain why each function is continuous or...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.5 - Use the definition of continuity and the...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 13ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.5 - Use the definition of continuity and the...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 20ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.5 - How would you "remove the discontinuity" of f? In...Ch. 2.5 - How would you "remove the discontinuity" of f? In...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.5 - Explain, using Theorems 4, 5, 7, and 9, why the...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.5 - Explain, using Theorems 4, 5, 7, and 9, why the...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 35ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 38ECh. 2.5 - Show that f is continuous on ( , )....Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 44ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 45ECh. 2.5 - Find the values of a and h that make f continuous...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 48ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 49ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 50ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 51ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 52ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 53ECh. 2.5 - Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that...Ch. 2.5 - Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 56ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 57ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 58ECh. 2.5 - (a) Prove that the equation has at least one real...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 60ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 61ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 62ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 63ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 64ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 65ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 66ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 67ECh. 2.5 - For what values of x is g continuous?...Ch. 2.5 - Prob. 69ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 70ECh. 2.5 - Prob. 71ECh. 2.5 - (a) Show that the absolute value function F(x) = |...Ch. 2.6 - Explain in your own words tile meaning of each of...Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 2ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 3ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 4ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.6 - Sketch the graph of an example of a function f...Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 7ECh. 2.6 - Sketch the graph of an example of a function f...Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 10ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 12ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 13ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 15ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 20ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 24ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.6 - Find the limit or show that it does not exist....Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 29ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 35ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 38ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 39ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 44ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 45ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 46ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 48ECh. 2.6 - Find the horizontal and vertical asymptotes of...Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 50ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 51ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 52ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 53ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 54ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 55ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 56ECh. 2.6 - Find a formula for a function f that satisfies the...Ch. 2.6 - Prob. 58ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 59ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 60ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 61ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 62ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 63ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 64ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 65ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 66ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 67ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 68ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 69ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 70ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 71ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 72ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 73ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 74ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 75ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 76ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 77ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 78ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 79ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 80ECh. 2.6 - Prob. 81ECh. 2.7 - A curve has equation y = f(x) (a) Write an...Ch. 2.7 - Graph the curve y = ex in the viewing rectangles [...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 3ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 4ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 6ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 7ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 8ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 10ECh. 2.7 - (a) A particle starts by moving to the right along...Ch. 2.7 - Shown are graphs of the position functions of two...Ch. 2.7 - If a ball is thrown into the air with a velocity...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 14ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 15ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.7 - For the function g whose graph is given, arrange...Ch. 2.7 - The graph of a function f is shown. (a) Find the...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 20ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.7 - Sketch the graph of a function g for which g(0) =...Ch. 2.7 - Sketch the graph of a function q that is...Ch. 2.7 - Sketch the graph of a function f where the domain...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 29ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 35ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 36ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 37ECh. 2.7 - Each limit represents the derivative of some...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 39ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 40ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 41ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 42ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 43ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 44ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 45ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 46ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 48ECh. 2.7 - The table shows world average daily oil...Ch. 2.7 - The table shows values of the viral load V(r) in...Ch. 2.7 - The cost (in dollars) of producing x units of a...Ch. 2.7 - The cost of producing x ounces of gold from a new...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 54ECh. 2.7 - Let H(t) be the daily cost (in dollars) to heat an...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 56ECh. 2.7 - The quantity of oxygen that can dissolve in water...Ch. 2.7 - The graph shows the influence of the temperature T...Ch. 2.7 - Prob. 59ECh. 2.7 - Prob. 60ECh. 2.7 - (a) Graph the function f(x)=sinx11000sin(1000x) in...Ch. 2.8 - Use the given graph to estimate the value of each...Ch. 2.8 - Use the given graph to estimate the value of each...Ch. 2.8 - Match the graph of each function in (a)(d) with...Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 4ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 5ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 6ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 7ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 8ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 9ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 10ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 11ECh. 2.8 - Shown is the graph of the population function P(t)...Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 13ECh. 2.8 - The graph (from the US Department of Energy) shows...Ch. 2.8 - The graph shows how the average age of first...Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 16ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 17ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 18ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 19ECh. 2.8 - Let f(x) = x3. (a) Estimate the values of f'(0),...Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 21ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 22ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 23ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 24ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 25ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 26ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 27ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 28ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 29ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 30ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 31ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 32ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 33ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 34ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 35ECh. 2.8 - The table gives the number N(t), measured in...Ch. 2.8 - The table gives the height as time passes of a...Ch. 2.8 - Water temperature affects the growth rate of brook...Ch. 2.8 - Let P represent the percentage of a city's...Ch. 2.8 - Suppose N is the number of people in the United...Ch. 2.8 - The graph of f is given. State, with reasons, the...Ch. 2.8 - The graph of f is given. State, with reasons, the...Ch. 2.8 - The graph of f is given. State, with reasons, the...Ch. 2.8 - The graph of f is given. State, with reasons, the...Ch. 2.8 - Graph the function f(x)=x+x. Zoom in repeatedly,...Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 46ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 47ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 48ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 49ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 50ECh. 2.8 - The figure shows the graphs of three functions....Ch. 2.8 - Prob. 52ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 53ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 54ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 55ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 56ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 57ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 58ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 59ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 60ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 61ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 62ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 63ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 64ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 65ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 66ECh. 2.8 - Prob. 67ECh. 2 - Explain what each of the following means and...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 3RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 4RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 5RCCCh. 2 - Which of the following curves have vertical...Ch. 2 - Prob. 7RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 8RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 9RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 10RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 11RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 12RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 13RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 14RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 15RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 16RCCCh. 2 - Prob. 1RQCh. 2 - Prob. 2RQCh. 2 - Prob. 3RQCh. 2 - Prob. 4RQCh. 2 - Prob. 5RQCh. 2 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 2 - Prob. 7RQCh. 2 - Prob. 8RQCh. 2 - Prob. 9RQCh. 2 - Prob. 10RQCh. 2 - Prob. 11RQCh. 2 - Prob. 12RQCh. 2 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 2 - Prob. 14RQCh. 2 - Prob. 15RQCh. 2 - Prob. 16RQCh. 2 - Prob. 17RQCh. 2 - Prob. 18RQCh. 2 - Prob. 19RQCh. 2 - Prob. 20RQCh. 2 - Prob. 21RQCh. 2 - Prob. 22RQCh. 2 - Prob. 23RQCh. 2 - Prob. 24RQCh. 2 - Prob. 25RQCh. 2 - Prob. 26RQCh. 2 - The graph of f is given. (a) Find each limit, or...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2RECh. 2 - Prob. 3RECh. 2 - Prob. 4RECh. 2 - Prob. 5RECh. 2 - Prob. 6RECh. 2 - Prob. 7RECh. 2 - Prob. 8RECh. 2 - Prob. 9RECh. 2 - Prob. 10RECh. 2 - Prob. 11RECh. 2 - Prob. 12RECh. 2 - Prob. 13RECh. 2 - Prob. 14RECh. 2 - Prob. 15RECh. 2 - Prob. 16RECh. 2 - Prob. 17RECh. 2 - Prob. 18RECh. 2 - Prob. 19RECh. 2 - Prob. 20RECh. 2 - Prob. 21RECh. 2 - Prob. 22RECh. 2 - Prob. 23RECh. 2 - Prob. 24RECh. 2 - Prob. 25RECh. 2 - Prob. 26RECh. 2 - Prob. 27RECh. 2 - Prob. 28RECh. 2 - Prob. 29RECh. 2 - Prob. 30RECh. 2 - Prob. 31RECh. 2 - Prob. 32RECh. 2 - Prob. 33RECh. 2 - Prob. 34RECh. 2 - Prob. 35RECh. 2 - Prob. 36RECh. 2 - Prob. 37RECh. 2 - Prob. 38RECh. 2 - Prob. 39RECh. 2 - Prob. 40RECh. 2 - Prob. 41RECh. 2 - Prob. 42RECh. 2 - Prob. 43RECh. 2 - Prob. 44RECh. 2 - Prob. 45RECh. 2 - Prob. 46RECh. 2 - Prob. 47RECh. 2 - The figure shows the graphs of f, f', and f"....Ch. 2 - Prob. 49RECh. 2 - Let P(t) be the percentage of Americans under the...Ch. 2 - Let B(t) be the number of US 20 bills in...Ch. 2 - Prob. 52RECh. 2 - Prob. 53RECh. 2 - Prob. 54RECh. 2 - Prob. 1PCh. 2 - Prob. 2PCh. 2 - Prob. 3PCh. 2 - Prob. 4PCh. 2 - Prob. 5PCh. 2 - Prob. 6PCh. 2 - Prob. 7PCh. 2 - Prob. 8PCh. 2 - Prob. 9PCh. 2 - Prob. 10PCh. 2 - (a) If we start. from 0 latitude and proceed in a...Ch. 2 - Prob. 12PCh. 2 - Suppose f is a function that satisfies the...Ch. 2 - Prob. 14P
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