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# Solved: Differentials Consider the following functions and

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Problem 37E

Differentials ?Consider the following functions and express the relationship between a small change in x and the corresponding change in y in the?form dy = ? ? ? f(? ) ? x. ? ? f(? )= tan ?x

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Solution 37E STEP 1 Let f be the function differentiable on an interval containingx.The small change in x is denoted by the differential dx. The corresponding change in f is approximated by the differential dy = f(x)dx STEP 2 Given the function f(x) = tan(x) Then f (x) = sec (x) Therefore dy = f (x)dx dy = sec (x) dx

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