 43.q1: Find: (x1066)
 43.q2: Antidifferentiate: (x) = 60x4
 43.q3: Find : y = x3 sin x
 43.q4: Find : y = cos (x7 )
 43.q5: Differentiate: f(x) = (35)(28)
 43.q6: Find (t): a(t) = 6e9t
 43.q7: Write the definition of derivative at a point.
 43.q8: Write the physical meaning of derivative.
 43.q9: Factor: (x 3)5 + (x 3)4(2x)
 43.q10: Sketch the graph of the derivative of the function shown in Figure ...
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 43.28: CatchUp Rate Problem: Willie Ketchup is out for his morning walk. ...
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