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Derivatives

Derivatives

When Tangent Lines Don't Exist Exercises

Example 1

Consider the function f shown below:

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at the specified point.

  • x1

Example 2

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at the specified point.

 

  • 0

Example 3

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at the specified point.

 

  • x2

Example 4

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at each specified point.

 

  • x3

Example 5

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at the specified point.

 

  • x4

Example 6

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at each specified point.

 

  • x5

Example 7

Determine if we can draw a tangent line to f at each specified point.

 

  • x6
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