   Chapter 2.7, Problem 2E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

Graph the curve y = ex in the viewing rectangles [ – 1, 1] by [0, 2], [–0.5, 0.5] by [0.5, 1.5], and [–0.1, 0.1] by [0.9, 1.1]. What do you notice about. the curve as you zoom in toward the point (0,1)?

To determine

To sketch: The graph of the curve y=ex in the view of rectangle [1,1] by [0,2], [0.5,0.5] by [0.5,1.5] and [0.1,0.1] by.[0.9,1.1].

Explanation

Graph:

Use the online graphing calculator to draw the graph of the function y=ex in the view of rectangle [1,1] by [0,2] as shown below in Figure 1.

Graph:

Use the online graphing calculator to draw the graph of the function y=ex in the viewing rectangle [0.5,0.5] by [0.5,1.5] as shown below in Figure 2

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