Inter Maths Solutions for Applications of Derivatives exercise 10(h) ( class 11 maths)

Intermediate Mathematics 1B Applications of Derivatives exercise 10(h) textbook solutions are given.

You should study the lesson Applications of Derivatives very well.

You should also practice the example problems and solutions given in the textbook.

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Applications of Derivatives

Exercise 10(a)

Exercise 10(b)

Exercise 10(c)

Exercise 10(d)

Exercise 10(e)

Exercise 10(f)

Exercise 10(g)

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Applications of Derivatives Exercise 10(h) solutions Inter Maths ( class 11 maths)

Class 11 math solution (1st year Inter maths 1B solutions)

Chapter 10

Aplications of Derivatives

Exercise 10(h)

1. The points of local extrema (if any) and local extrema of the following functions each of which domain is shown against the function.

i. f(x) = x^2, for all x belongs to R.

2. Prove that the following functions do not have absolute maximum and absolute minimum.

i.  e^x in R.

Solutions for Exercise 10(h) Applications of Derivatives

Inter 1st year Maths 1B solutions for Applications of Derivatives exercise 10(h)

Note : Observe the solutions and try them in your own method.

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