The problem given was near x = 5 solve for exact answer and then plug in 5 for x simplify is this fine?
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If the expression were , then you could derive , but not in this case.
So is my answer correct?
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 The problem given was near x = 5 solve for exact answer and then plug in 5 for x simplify is this fine? First of all, the derivative of is , not The formula you want is This won't be a great approximation though, since increases very rapidly.
Thanks mate! would leaving be sufficient?
Originally Posted by sk8erboyla2004 Thanks mate! would leaving be sufficient? I don't know how your grader will prefer it to be written, but it is still the correct answer; it's just up to personal preference how you write it. So I would say it's still fine.
Thanks once again!
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