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Sketch the graphs. Find where the curves cut the axes. Describe *y* as *x* gets large. Find minima and maxima and points of inflections. Draw the tangent line at each point of inflection. (No textbook answers.)

D33-1. {$$ y = x^3 - 6x^2 + 9x + 3 $$} worked

D33-2. {$$ y = 4 + 3x - x^3 $$} worked

D33-3. {$$ y = x^3 - 3x^2 + 6x +10 $$} worked

D33-4. {$$ y = (x-3)^2(x-2) $$}

D33-5. {$$ y = (1-x^2)^3 $$}

worked Warning! The working does not agree with the textbook answer.

D33-6. {$$ y = (4-x^2)^2 $$}

D33-7. {$$ y = (x-1)^3(x+2)^2 $$}

D33-8. {$$ y = x^4 - 3x^2 - 9x +5 $$}

D33-9. {$$ y = x^4 $$}

D33-10. {$$ y = x^5 $$}

D33-11. {$$ y = x(x-1)(x-2) $$}

D33-12. {$$ y = {{8a} \over {x^2+4a^2}} $$}

D33-13. {$$ y = {1 \over {1+x^4}} $$}

D33-14. {$$ y = {1 \over {(1+x^2)^2}} $$}

D33-15. Show {$$ y = {{a^2x} \over {x^2+a^2}}$$} has three points of inflection lying on a straight line.

D33-16. Show for {$ y = x^n, n=1, 2, 3 \dots $} the origin is a minima or point of inflection depending upon whether *n* is even or odd.

*Sources:*

*Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus***Wikisource***Calculus Made Easy*by Silvanus P. Thompson**Project Gutenberg**:- Davis,Ellery Williams, William Charles Brenke, Earle Raymond Hedrick.
*The Calculus*(Macmillan Company, 1922) Google Books - Love, Clyde E., Earl David Rainville
*Differential and Integral Calculus*(Macmillian, 1916) Google Books

*Recommended:*

- Paul's Online Notes: Calculus I'' while not a source of material here, sometimes helpful when stuck.

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