Finding and Analyzing Derivatives Using Technology In Exercises 63-70, (a) use a computer algebra system to differentiate the function, (b) sketch the graphs of f and f' on the same set of coordinate axes over the given interval, (c) find the critical numbers of f in the open interval, and (d) find the interval(s) on which f is positive and the interval(s) on which f' is negative. Compare the behavior of f and the sign of f'.
To calculate: The derivative of the function .
Use Maple to obtain the derivative of the function.
To graph: The function and its derivative in the same coordinate axes.
To calculate: The critical numbers for the function that lie in the interval .
To calculate: The sub-intervals for which the derivative of the function is positive or negative. Also compare the conduct of f and f’.
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