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# Graph ƒ(x) = tan-1 x together with its first two ISBN: 9780321717399 65

## Solution for problem 66E Chapter 3.9

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Problem 66E

Graph ƒ(x) = tan-1 x together with its first two derivatives. Comment on the behavior of ƒ and the shape of its graph in relation to the signs and values of ƒ’ and ƒ’’.

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Solution:Step 1 of 4:In this question, we have to graph the first two derivatives of given function and comment it.

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