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Point Value : 20 Time limit : 2 min #1 Find
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Point Value : 40 Time limit : 2.5 min #3 Find
Point Value : 50 Time limit : 3 min #4 Find
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2.5 min #5 For each of the following equations, find the equation of the tangent line at the given point.
#5 To find the equation of the tangent line of First, we find the derivative: The equation of the tangent line is: y = 0.25x +.5
Point Value : 40 Time limit : 3 min #6 For each of the following equations, find the equation of the tangent line at the given point.
#6 To find the equation of the tangent line of First, we find the derivative: The equation of the tangent line is: y = (-2/3)x + (2/3)
Point Value : 50 Time limit : 4 min #7 For each of the following equations, find the equation of the tangent line at the given point.
#7 To find the equation of the tangent line of First, we find the derivative: The equation of the tangent line is: y = (-56/13)x + (160/13)
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2.5 min #8 For each of the following equations, find the equation of the tangent line at the given point.
#8 To find the equation of the tangent line of First, we find the derivative: The equation of the tangent line is: y = -14x +46
Point Value : 40 Time limit : 2.5 min #9 Find if.
#9 Substitute back into the equation.
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #10 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #11 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #12 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #13 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #14 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2.5 min #15 Find the derivative:
Point Value : 30 Time limit : 2 min #16 Find the derivative:
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