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For problems 1  6 differentiate the given function.

 

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7. Find the tangent line to  at . [Solution]

 

8. Find the tangent line to  at . [Solution]

 

9. Determine if  is increasing or decreasing at the following points.

    (a)                              (b)                           (c)  

[Solution]

 

10. Determine if  is increasing or decreasing at the following points.

      (a)                              (b)                           (c)  

[Solution]

 

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