 # (1 pt) Let 4 x + Find the interval(s) over which f(x) is increas...

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(1 pt) Let 4 x + Find the interval(s) over which f(x) is increasing. f(x) is increasing for x in (1 pt) Find the largest value of A such that the function f(x) = x3 + 4x2 - 2.c + 8 is decreasing for all x in the interval (0,A). A = . (1 pt) Find the smallest value of A such that the function f(t) = t4 - 17t² + 16 is increasing for all t in the interval (A,0). A = (1 pt) Suppose 1 = Find the largest value of A such that the function h(s) is increasing for all S in the interval (-oo,A). A = (1 pt) Find the maximum value of g(t) = t3 - 36t + 5 on the interval --3,6]. The maximum value is TOV of TYOAL (1 pt) Suppose f(t) = 3t3 + 4t² + 4t - 5. Find the value of t in the interval [1,8] where f(t) takes on its minimum value. f(t) takes its minimum value at t = (1 pt) Suppose g' (t) =(t-1)(t-7)(t-9). Find the largest value of A such that the function g(t) is increasing for all t in the interval (1,A). A = (1 pt) Suppose the derivative of H(s) is given by H'(s) 1=82(82++4)(st6). = Find the value of S in the interval [-100,100] where H (s) takes on its minimum value. H (s) takes its minimum value at - (1 pt) Suppose = -7 2 (s - 15) Find the S values in the interval [-7,9 where h(s) takes its minimum. S = (1 pt) Suppose g(x) = VE-T . Find the value of x in the interval [6, 00) where g(x) takes on its maximum value. g(x) takes its maximum value at x = (1 pt) Find the t value(s) is the interval (0, 00) where the function = et/2 attains its local or absolute minimum value(s). The minimum(s) are t =

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