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Applied Calculus for the Managerial, Li...

10th Edition

Soo T. Tan

Publisher: Brooks Cole

ISBN: 9781285464640

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Chapter

Section

Problem 1E:

(3, 6)

Problem 2E:

(2, 5]

Problem 3E:

[1, 4)

Problem 4E:

[65,-12]

Problem 7E:

272/3

Problem 8E:

84/3

Problem 9E:

(13)0

Problem 10E:

(71/2)4

Problem 11E:

[(18)1/3]2

Problem 12E:

[(13)2]3

Problem 13E:

(757272)1

Problem 14E:

(916)1/2

Problem 15E:

(1252/3)1/2

Problem 16E:

263

Problem 17E:

328

Problem 18E:

8273

Problem 19E:

165/8161/2167/8

Problem 20E:

(939592)1/2

Problem 23E:

In Exercises 23-32, determine whether the statement is true or false. Give a reason for your choice....

Problem 24E:

In Exercises 23-32, determine whether the statement is true or false. Give a reason for your choice....

Problem 25E:

In Exercises 23-32, determine whether the statement is true or false. Give a reason for your choice....

Problem 26E:

Problem 27E:

Problem 28E:

Problem 29E:

Problem 30E:

Problem 31E:

Problem 32E:

Problem 34E:

In Exercises 33-38, rewrite the expression using positive exponents only. 34. 3s1/3 s7/3

Problem 37E:

In Exercises 33-38, rewrite the expression using positive exponents only. 37. 120(s + t)3

Problem 38E:

In Exercises 33-38, rewrite the expression using positive exponents only. 38. (x y)(x1 + y1)

Problem 39E:

In Exercises 39-54. simplify the expression. (Assume that x, y, r, s, and t are positive.) 39....

Problem 40E:

In Exercises 39-54, simplify the expression. (Assume that x, y, r, s, and t are positive.) 40....

Problem 41E:

In Exercises 39-54, simplify the expression. (Assume that x, y, r, s, and t are positive.) 41....

Problem 42E:

In Exercises 39-54, simplify the expression. (Assume that x, y, r, s, and t are positive.) 42....

Problem 43E:

In Exercises 39-54, simplify the expression. (Assume that x, y, r, s, and t are positive.) 43....

Problem 44E:

(x3y2z2)2

Problem 45E:

(x327y6)2/3

Problem 46E:

(exex2)1/2

Problem 47E:

(x3y2)2(yx)4

Problem 48E:

(rn)4r52n

Problem 49E:

x234x5

Problem 50E:

81x6y4

Problem 51E:

16x4y84

Problem 52E:

x3a+b3

Problem 53E:

64x8y36

Problem 54E:

27r63s2t4

Problem 55E:

23/2

Problem 56E:

81/2

Problem 57E:

93/4

Problem 58E:

61/2

Problem 59E:

103/2

Problem 60E:

10003/2

Problem 61E:

In Exercises 59-62, use the fact that 101/2 3.162 and 101/3 2.154 to evaluate the expression...

Problem 62E:

In Exercises 59-62, use the fact that 101/2 3.162 and 101/3 2.154 to evaluate the expression...

Problem 75E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 75. (7x2 2x +...

Problem 76E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 76. (3x2 + 5xy...

Problem 77E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 77. (5y2 2y...

Problem 78E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 78. 3(2a b) ...

Problem 79E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 79. x {2x [x...

Problem 80E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 80. 3x2 {x2+ 1...

Problem 81E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 81....

Problem 82E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 82....

Problem 83E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 83....

Problem 84E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 84....

Problem 85E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 85. (x + 8)(x ...

Problem 86E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 86. (5x +...

Problem 87E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 87. (a + 5)2

Problem 88E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 88. (3a 4b)2

Problem 89E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 89. (x + 2y)2

Problem 90E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 90. (6 3x)2

Problem 91E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 91. (2x +...

Problem 92E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 92. (3x + 2)(2...

Problem 93E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 93. (2x2 ...

Problem 94E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 94. (x2 ...

Problem 95E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 95....

Problem 96E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 96....

Problem 97E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 97....

Problem 98E:

In Exercises 75-98, perform the indicated operations and/or simplify each expression. 98. 2(t+t)22t2

Problem 99E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 99. 4x5 2x4 6x3

Problem 100E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 100. 4x2y2z 2x5y2...

Problem 101E:

In Exercises 99106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 101. 7a4 42a2b2 +...

Problem 102E:

In Exercises 99106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 102. 3x2/3 2x1/3

Problem 103E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 103. ex xex

Problem 104E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 104....

Problem 105E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 105. 2x5/232x3/2

Problem 106E:

In Exercises 99-106, factor out the greatest common factor from each expression. 106....

Problem 121E:

In Exercises 121-128, perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 121. (x2 + y2)x...

Problem 122E:

In Exercises 121128, perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 122. 2kr(R r) ...

Problem 123E:

perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 123. 2(x 1)(2x + 2)3[4(x 1) + (2x +...

Problem 124E:

In Exercises 121-128, perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 124. 5x2(3x2 +...

Problem 125E:

perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 125. 4(x 1 )2(2x + 2)3(2) + (2x +...

Problem 126E:

perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 126. (x2 + 1)(4x3 3x2 + 2x) (x4 x3...

Problem 127E:

perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 127. (x2 + 2)2 [5(x2 + 2)2 3](2x)

Problem 128E:

perform the indicated operations and simplify each expression. 128. (x2 4)(x2 + 4)(2x + 8) (x2 +...

Problem 141E:

Revenue of Two Gas Stations Jake owns two gas stations. The total revenue of the first gas station...

Problem 142E:

REVENUE of Two Gas Stations Refer to Exercise 141. Find an expression that gives the amount by which...

Problem 143E:

Distribution of Incomes The distribution of income in a certain city can be described by the...

Problem 144E:

Worker Efficiency An efficiency study conducted by Elektra Electronics showed that the number of...

Problem 145E:

Revenue of a Company Williams Commuter Air Service realizes a monthly revenue of 8000x 100x2 (0 x ...

Problem 146E:

determine whether the statement is true or false. If it is true, explain why it is true. If it is...

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Chapter 1 - PreliminariesChapter 1.1 - Precalculus Review IChapter 1.2 - Precalculus Review IiChapter 1.3 - The Cartesian Coordinate SystemChapter 1.4 - Straight LinesChapter 2 - Functions, Limits, And The DerivativeChapter 2.1 - Functions And Their GraphsChapter 2.2 - The Algebra Of FunctionsChapter 2.3 - Functions And Mathematical ModelsChapter 2.4 - Limits

Chapter 2.5 - One-Sided Limits And ContinuityChapter 2.6 - The DerivativeChapter 3 - DifferentiationChapter 3.1 - Basic Rules Of DifferentiationChapter 3.2 - The Product And Quotient RulesChapter 3.3 - The Chain RuleChapter 3.4 - Marginal Functions In EconomicsChapter 3.5 - Higher-Order DerivativesChapter 3.6 - Implicit Differentiation And Related RatesChapter 3.7 - DifferentialsChapter 4 - Applications Of The DerivativeChapter 4.1 - Applications Of The First DerivativeChapter 4.2 - Applications Of The Second DerivativeChapter 4.3 - Curve SketchingChapter 4.4 - Optimization IChapter 4.5 - Optimization IiChapter 5 - Exponential And Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 5.1 - Exponential FunctionsChapter 5.2 - Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 5.3 - Compound InterestChapter 5.4 - Differentiation Of Exponential FunctionsChapter 5.5 - Differentiation Of Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 5.6 - Exponential Functions As Mathematical ModelsChapter 6 - IntegrationChapter 6.1 - Antiderivatives And The Rules Of IntegrationChapter 6.2 - Integration By SubstitutionChapter 6.3 - Area And The Definite IntegralChapter 6.4 - The Fundamental Theorem Of CalculusChapter 6.5 - Evaluating Definite IntegralsChapter 6.6 - Area Between Two CurvesChapter 6.7 - Applications Of The Definite Integral To Business And EconomicsChapter 7 - Additional Topics In IntegrationChapter 7.1 - Integration By PartsChapter 7.2 - Integration Using Tables Of IntegralsChapter 7.3 - Numerical IntegrationChapter 7.4 - Improper IntegrationChapter 7.5 - Applications Of Calculus To ProbabilityChapter 8 - Calculus Of Several VariablesChapter 8.1 - Functions Of Several VariablesChapter 8.2 - Partial DerivativesChapter 8.3 - Maxima And Minima Of Functions Of Several VariablesChapter 8.4 - The Method Of Least SquaresChapter 8.5 - Constrained Maxima And Minima And The Method Of Lagrange MultipliersChapter 8.6 - Double IntegralsChapter A - Appendix AChapter B - Appendix B

Applied Calculus for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences: A Brief Approach, Tenth Edition balances modern applications, solid pedagogy, and the latest technology to engage students and keep them motivated in the course. Suitable for majors and non-majors alike, the text uses an intuitive approach that teaches concepts through examples drawn from real-life situations from students' fields of interest. In addition, insightful Portfolios highlight the careers of real people and discuss how they incorporate math into their daily professional activities. Numerous exercises, including a Diagnostic Test, ensure that students have a concrete understanding of concepts before advancing to the next topic. The text's pedagogical features coupled with an exciting array of supplements equip students with the tools they need to make the most of their study time and to succeed in the course.

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