Posted by **Justin** on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 10:29pm.

Your Porsche's gas mileage (in miles per gallon) is given as a function M(x) of speed x in miles per hour. It is found that

M'(x) =

3,600x−2 − 1/

(3,600x−1 + x)2.

Estimate M'(10), M'(60), and M'(90). (Round your answers to seven decimal places.)

M'(10) = mpg/mph

M'(60) = mpg/mph

M'(90) = mpg/mph

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