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suppose that f"(1)=2 What is f and f'?



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Mertsj
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What is the integral of 2dx?

gbaby9124
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what does that mean

Mertsj
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What does f'' mean?

Mertsj
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Doesn't it mean the second derivative?

gbaby9124
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it means f prime

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yes it does

Mertsj
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I know how you read it but what does it mean?

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the way he taught it in class he said it is the rate of change so its just opposite of those numbers

Mertsj
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yes. rate of change...acceleration

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So f' is velocity and f is distance

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ook so its not asking for a numerical answer?

Mertsj
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f'=2x, f=x^2

gbaby9124
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i guess im asking how did you get that answer

Mertsj
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Since you have not yet studied integration, I would say by inspection.

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....... this problem makes no sense since he doesn't know integration. ask your teacher how you're supposed to solve it