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Nov2308, 12:45 AM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
suppose that g is a function defined and continuous on (2,2) and that g" exists on the open interval (2,2). if g(2)=1 and g">4 for all x in (2,2), how large can g(1) possibly be? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 



#2
Nov2308, 02:33 AM

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You must show your work, before we can help you. Any ideas?




#3
Nov2308, 07:52 PM

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i have no idea. we havent done these type of problems before. usually he just gives us an equation and just asks us to find the max




#4
Nov2308, 07:53 PM

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maximums and minimums
i have no idea. we havent done any problems like this before. Usually he just gives us an equation and asks for the max




#5
Nov2408, 06:35 AM

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Same thing but I would have said "n^{n} is NOT an "exponential" function."




#6
Nov2408, 07:34 AM

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What about g(x)=14^{n}+(x+6)^{n} for n greater or equal to 3?




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Nov2408, 08:28 AM

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