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jauneet singh Grade: 12
        

f(x)= x^2+3x+b (x>1,X=1)


         2ax+3       (x<1)


f(x) is continous and differenstiable then find value of a and b

7 years ago

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Ramesh V
70 Points
										

at x=1 f(1) = 1+3+b=b+4


at x=1-h whr h-->0 , f(1-h)=2a(1-h)+3=2a+3


at x=1+h whr h-->0 , f(1+h)=(1+h)^2+3(1+h)+b=1+3+b


as all 3 eqns shld be equal for function to be continuous, it means : 2a+3 = b+4


f(x) is differentiable


f'(x) = 2x+3 at x=1 its f'(1)=5


f'(x+h)= [ f(x+h)-f(x)] / h = [ f(1+h)-f(1)] / h = [ (1+h)^2+3(1+h)+b - b-4 ] / h = h+5 = 5


f'(x-h)=[ f(x-h)-f(x) ]/ -h = [ f(1-h)-f(1)] / -h = [ 2a -2ah +3 - b-4 ] / h


to cancel on both numerator and denominator, (b+1-2a) shld be 0


 = 2a = 5


a=5/2 .. on putting above we have


b=4


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regards


Ramesh



7 years ago
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