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26 bends upward as the fee of switch of the functionality is expanding. We make the subsequent definitions. The graph of a functionality is concave up if it bends upward as we flow left to correct; the graph is concave down if it bends downward. (See determine 1. 29. ) A line is neither concave up nor concave down. Concave down Concave up determine 1. 29: Concavity of a graph instance five utilizing determine 1. 30, estimate the durations over which: (a) The functionality is expanding; lowering. (b) The graph is concave up; concave down. f (x) x −1 1 2 three four five 6 7 eight nine determine 1. 30 answer (a) The graph means that the functionality is expanding for x < 2 and for x > 6. it sounds as if to be reducing for two < x < 6. (b) The graph is concave down at the left and concave up at the correct. it truly is tricky to inform precisely the place the graph adjustments concavity, even though it seems to be approximately x = four. nearly, the graph is concave down for x < four and concave up for x > four. 20 bankruptcy One features and alter instance 6 answer From the subsequent values of f (t), does f seem to be expanding or reducing? Do you're thinking that its graph is concave up or concave down? t zero five 10 15 20 25 30 f (t) 12. 6 thirteen. 1 14. 1 sixteen. 2 20. zero 29. 6 forty two. 7 because the given values of f (t) raise as t raises, f seems to be expanding. As we learn from left to correct, the swap in f (t) begins small and will get greater (for consistent swap in t), so the graph is mountain climbing quicker. hence, the graph seems to be concave up. then again, plot the issues and spot curve via those issues bends up. Distance, speed, and velocity A grapefruit is thrown up within the air. the peak of the grapefruit above the floor first raises after which decreases. See desk 1. nine. desk 1. nine top, y, of the grapefruit above the floor t seconds after it's thrown t (sec) zero 1 2 three four five 6 y (feet) 6 ninety 142 162 one hundred fifty 106 30 instance 7 locate the swap and general price of switch of the peak of the grapefruit through the first three seconds. provide devices and interpret your solutions. answer The swap in peak in the course of the first three seconds is ∆y = 162 − 6 = 156 toes. which means the grapefruit is going up a complete of 156 meters in the course of the first three seconds. the common fee of swap in this three moment period is 156/3 = fifty two ft/sec. in the course of the first three seconds, the grapefruit is emerging at a typical price of fifty two ft/sec. the common expense of swap of peak with recognize to time is pace. you could realize the devices (feet in step with moment) as devices of speed. regular speed = switch in distance = switch in time regular cost of switch of distance with recognize to time there's a contrast among speed and pace. feel an item strikes alongside a line. If we decide one course to be confident, the speed is optimistic if the article is relocating in that course and unfavourable whether it is relocating within the wrong way. For the grapefruit, upward is confident and downward is detrimental. pace is the importance of pace, so it truly is regularly optimistic or 0. instance eight locate the typical pace of the grapefruit over the period t = four to t = 6.

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