1. May 3, 2006

### Mellivice

I know no one knows me but this can help me a lot

2. May 3, 2006

### Curious3141

What are you having problems with. You have to show some work for each of the problems before getting any help here.

3. May 4, 2006

### Mellivice

Ok for question 2 i need to see if in part A if it statisfys the Mean Value Theorem, and if it does which is the value of C which statistfies the condition of the theorem

f(x)=(16-x^2)^1/2 on [-4,4]

if differentiate it should like this or i am not smart

-x/(16-x^2)^1/2

From the looks of it it does not but i just want to see anyone elses opinion

4. May 4, 2006

### J77

Your differentiation is OK, now you need to find a point c in (-4,4) which satisfies:

$$f'(c)=\frac{f(4)-f(-4)}{4-(-4)}$$