TheCalcHater
  • TheCalcHater
calculus help?
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schrodinger
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JesseReyna
  • JesseReyna
Hey I'm in calculus right now so IDK if I'll be able to help, but I can try
anonymous
  • anonymous
some arithmetic required here, be prepared with a calculator

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TheCalcHater
  • TheCalcHater
ok i know the answer to part a is d=.985 i need help with part b.
anonymous
  • anonymous
you have two questions there, one newton's method and one a limit question with two parts
TheCalcHater
  • TheCalcHater
@dan815 and @zepdrix were able to help me with the limit one part a.... I am looking for assistance with part b. Then we can do the newton's method one.
anonymous
  • anonymous
part b the simple way is to put \(x=1-\frac{1}{20}=.95\) and also put \(x=1.05\) and see what you get
anonymous
  • anonymous
since your function is just a line, and it is increasing the smaller will give you the lower bound and the larger will give you the upper one
anonymous
  • anonymous
alternatively since the slope is 4 you can see that it will be within \(\frac{4}{20}\) of \(9\)
benlindquist
  • benlindquist
100
TheCalcHater
  • TheCalcHater
100 what?

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