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Textbook Problem

Because the derivative of a function represents both the slope of the tangent to the curve and the instantaneous rate of change of the function, it is possible to use information about one to gain information about the other. In Problems 31 and 32, use the graph of the function y = f ( x ) given in Figure 9.26. (a) At what point(s) A through E does the rate of change of f(x) change from positive to negative? (b) At what point(s) A through E does the rate of change of f(x) change from negative to positive?

(a)

To determine

The points at which the rate of change is from positive to negative from the figure. Instantaneous value and slope both are basically the derivatives of the function. Explanation

Given Information:

Instantaneous value and slope both are basically the derivatives of the function. The graph is given as

Explanation:

Consider the provided statement,

Instantaneous value and slope both are basically the derivatives of the function. The graph is given as

Slope is given by the formula

yy1=m(xx1)

Where m is the slope of the line

(b)

To determine

The points at which the rate of change is from negative to positive from the figure. Instantaneous value and slope both are basically the derivatives of the function. Still sussing out bartleby?

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