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I have a question that is located on this website: http://webpages.math.luc.edu/~ajs/courses/162spring2005/worksheets/ws4.html I am having a problem drawing the derivative graph...can someone help?

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  1. anonymous
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    maybe software like maple 14 can help you out

  2. anonymous
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    I don't have maple :(

  3. anonymous
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    I can give it to you

  4. anonymous
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    I would appreciate it!

  5. anonymous
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    Do you know the basics for finding the derivative, though?

  6. anonymous
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    ok, how do I send it? have you ever used torrents?

  7. anonymous
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    yeah...wait, my school makes that available, so I will ask my roommate for the passcode. Thanks though

  8. anonymous
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    But do you know how to do the basic derivative computation?

  9. anonymous
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    well... i am bad at it myself... ask lokisan

  10. anonymous
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    okay. thanks!

  11. anonymous
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative

  12. anonymous
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    hi ilovemath7,are u there?

  13. anonymous
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    have you tried the LHS and the RHS?

  14. anonymous
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    if we will make a table of this, i noticed that the time \[\Delta\]X=.25, therefore the length of the line from 8am to 9am is from 0 to1 hour.. f(x)=(LHS+RHS)/2... LHS=(150+200+255+325)*(0.25)=232.5.....RHS=(200:255+325+325)*(0.25)276.25...NOW ADD THESE TWO AND DIVIDE BY 2 WE GET 254.4 APPROX, 255 PERSON

  15. anonymous
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    NOW YOU CAN ANSWER THE OTHER QUESTION USING THESE FORMULAS

  16. anonymous
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    you call that approximation TRAPEZOIDAL RULE,,,Or you can use the SIMPSON RULE HERE IF YOU WANT A BETTER APPROXIMATION

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