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# Suppose you find the linear approximation to a

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## Solution for problem 2E Chapter 4.5

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Problem 2E

Suppose you find the linear approximation to a differentiable function at a local maximum of that function. Describe the graph of the linear approximation.

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SOLUTION STEP 1 At local maximum the derivative of the function will be equal to 0,ie the slope is 0 at that point.Thus the graph of the linear approximation is a straight horizontal line.

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