...6.b. Consider the curve defined by the equation: for
Write an equation for each vertical tangent to the curve. (Hint: Vertical lines are x=#)
-I already found that , but im not sure how to solve this one. how am i supposed to start off
vertical tangent lines occur where the derivative is undefined ...
1 - sin y = 0 ... solve for y
10. The expression is the trapezoid approximation for which of the following definite integrals?
This kind of expression always baffles me, it would really help if someone would care to explain
it might help to see the "integrals"
2.a. Given that f is the function defined by
Find limit goes to infinity of f(x)
-limits have always confused me. what am i supposed to be finding?
the horizontal asymptote ... divide every term by the highest power of x and then take the limit as x goes to infinity
2.b. Write an equation for each vertical and each horizontal asymptote to the graph of f.
-i found that the vertical asymptotes are at x=0, x=2, x=-2 and horizontal at y=1, at least thats what i think. what am i supposed to with these?
this part is correct except x = 0 is not a vertical asymptote ... it is a removable discontinuity (a hole)