By Stanley I Grossman

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40. y = 4x2 41. x = 4y2 42. y = - 4x2 44. 9x2 + 1 6y2 = 144 43. x = - 4y2 45. 1 6x2 + 9y2 46. 9x2 - 16y2 = 144 47. 9y2 - 1 6x2 = 144 48. 1 6x2 - 9y2 49. 16x2 - 9y2 = I 50. 16x2 - 9y2 = 0 51. 16x2 + 9y2 52. 2(x - 1 )2 + 3(y - 2)2 = 4 53. 3(y + 2)2 - 5(x - 1)2 = 20 54. 2x2 - 4x + 6y2 - 24y = 8 55. - 3x2 - 6x + y2 + 20y = 3 52 = = = 1 44 1 44 0 TWO LIMITS AND DERIVATIVES 2 . 1 INTRODUCTION TO LIMITS The notion of a limit, which we shall discuss extensively in this chapter, plays a central role in calculus and in much of modern mathematics.

I . This is illustrated in Figure 2b. = = = = y y (a) y = 2x + 3 (b) FIGURE 2 Find equation of the line L passing through the point (2, 3) and the line having the equation y 3x + 5. SOLUTION . x x 2 EXAM PLE 2. 5 THE EQUATION OF A STRAIGHT LINE or, simplifying, y-3 = --3x + 6 y = - 3x + 9. and The simplest way to draw the graph of this line is to note that the y-intercept is 9 and wheny = 0, x = 3 ((3, 0) is called the x-intercept). Therefore the line passes through the points (0, 9) and (3, 0).

For any two subsets A and B of dom f, show that (b) f(A n B) � f(A ) n f(B) (a)/(A u B) = f(A ) U f(B) 32. Each of the following functions satisfies an equation of the form (f 0 j)(x) = x or (g 0 g 0 g)(x) = x or (h 0 h 0 h 0 h)(x) = x, etc. For each function discover what type of equa tion is appropriate. (a) A (x) = � (b) B(x) = �23 - x7 (c) C(x) = 1 - �. , t, I } (g) G(x) = -4x + 2 *33. Let R (x) = l/x and S(x ) = I - x; also let J be the identity function; that is, J(x) = x. For this problem suppose each function has domain JR � { - 1 } .