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Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 To solve this problem we looked at the zeros (x­interecpts) of the three functions. Then we looked to see if there was a corresponding function that had max or min values at the x­interecpts. We noticed that where the green function crosses the x­axis, the blue function has a max/min and that wehre the red function crossed the x­axis the green function has a max/min. Thus, the green function is the derivative of the blue function and the red function is the derivative of the green function. So the original function, f, must be the blue graph, the first derivatve function, f', must be the green graph, and the second derivative function, f'', must be the red function. 1 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 2 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 3 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 4 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 5 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 6 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 2. 7 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 8 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 Cartesian Equation for tangent line parametric equations for tangent line 9 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 600 600 10 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 11 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 AREA PERIMETER 12 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 We are using 2 similar triangles to create an equation for c in terms of h. 13 Math 151 WIR Oct 18, 2010 14