• anonymous
Local linearization gives values too small for the function x^2 and too large for the function sqrtx .  Draw pictures to explain why.
  • Stacey Warren - Expert
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  • anonymous
I don't know how to answer this I'm sorry hun :( If FoolForMAth is on he'll be able to help!
  • TuringTest
I hate to do this, but I think I'm just going to reference you to a picture: you can explain how this image demonstrates the idea you wish to show

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