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In general, there is a picture to be drawn. Always draw the picture! Next we have to assign the variable or variables in the problem. Hopefully, by doing enough good examples, you will see how this is done. ) Most of the problems will have two equations in two unknowns. One of these is equal to a number. You will solve for one of the variables and substitute it in the second equation. In the second equation you will take the derivative and set it equal to 0. Let's start with an easy one. Example 1— A farmer wishes to make a small rectangular garden with one side against the barn.
Vertical asymptote—first or second form: x = 1. Oblique asymptote—third form: y = x - 3 with remainder going to 0. Again we look at the rightmost vertical asymptote or x intercept, in this case (2,0). f(2 +) (form 2) is positive. (x2)2 is an even power, so there is no crossing, heading up to plus infinity at x = 1. Since the power of x -1 (1) is odd, the other end is at minus infinity. The sketch then goes through the point (0,-4) with both ends going to the line y = x - 3. The sketch is... You should be getting a lot better now!!
There might be neither. Curve Sketching By the Pieces Before we take a long example, we will examine each piece. When you understand each piece, the whole will be easy. Example 11— The intercept is (4,0). We would like to know what the curve looks like near (4,0). Except at the point (4,0), we do not care what the exact value is for y, which is necessary in an exact graph. In a sketch we are only interested in the sign of the y values. We know f(4) = 0. 000003. We don't care about its value. We only care that it is positive.