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A mutual fund is currently valued at $80 per share and its value per share is increasing at a rate of $0.40 a day. Let V=f(t) be the value of the share t days from now. Express the information given about the mutual fund in terms of f ' (derivitive of f)

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  1. anonymous
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    The original function would be:\[f(t) = 0.4t + 80\]So the derivative would be:\[f'(t) = 0.4\]

  2. anonymous
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    f'(t) is always the same value (0.4) because the *rate* at which the value increases is constant

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