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#### Calculus Ch1.1 #44, 46, 48, 50

Here are the solutions to these even-numbered problems. Calc1-Ch1.1#44-46-48-50.pdf (The PDF has #49 instead of #50. See below for #50) Chapter 1.1 #50 What...

Here is the solution to this even numbered problem:

Here are the solutions to these even-numbered problems. Calc1-Ch1.1#44-46-48-50.pdf (The PDF has #49 instead of #50. See below for #50) Chapter 1.1 #50 What...

If you are looking for details for a transcript for Calculus 1, this should do the trick. Calculus is about change. The tools of calculus allow us to model...

Look for the following material or heading in the contents. Limits and Derivatives · Limit of a function · Calculating limits · Limit laws · Continuity...

Beverly asked: Looks like you have a simplification error in the second derivative. You have: f"(x)=12x^2-4=4(x-1) But it should be f"(x)=12x^2-4=4(3x^2-1)...

Question from Beverly: #3 - on the test copy I have says to use three equal subintervals. But in the handwritten solution, it appears that they used 6. If...

Question from Carl: The question on the test has one slight variation from the book: f (x) = x if -1< x<1 the text book showsf...

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