# The derivative of but ƒ is not a constant function. ## Problem 9AAE Chapter 4

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Problem 9AAE

The derivative of but ƒ is not a constant function. Doesn’t this contradict the corollary of the Mean Value Theorem that says that functions with zero derivatives are constant? Give reasons for your answer.

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Calculus notes of 9/26/16 3.11 Related Rates Suppose a spherical weather balloon is filled with gas at a rate of 150 ft /min. What is the rate of change of its radius when the radius is 20 ft We are given / = 150: Volume increases by 150 ft /min. 3 dt dr We want / whedtr = 20 We need an equation relating...

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