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Homework Help: ap calculus ab

Posted by Jake on Sunday, January 8, 2012 at 4:43pm.

for f(x)=lnx we know that f(e)=1. Use the tangent line at(e,1) to compute the tangent line approximation of f(3). what does the difference between the actual value and the tangent line approximation have to do with the concavity (2nd derivative) of the function at (e,1)?

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