Analyzing an Inverse Trigonometric Graph In Exercises 67-70, analyze and sketch a graph of the function. Identify any relative extrema, points of inflection, and asymptotes. Use a graphing utility to verify your results.
To graph: and analyze the graph of the function and identify any relative extreme, points of inflection, and asymptotes.
The given function is .
General differentiation formulae:
where u and v are two functions.
Points of extrema are given by:
Points of inflection are given by:
Asymptotes are given by:
Step 1: Press the key in the Ti-83 Calculator, then press key and then then , , then , and then .
Step 2: Press the key to draw the function.
Step 3: Press key then then 3 for minima.
Step 4: Press key then then 4 for maxima.
Step 5: Press press put the value in L1 and press key then , then and then in L2 for point of inflection
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