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    Explain why the derivative function of the function g(x) = x is equal to 1 on the interval (0,∞), equal to 1 on the interval
    (-∞,0), and undefined at 0. [Hint. Sketch the graph of g.]

    Consider the region R bounded by the curve xy =3 and the lines x I and x =4. Set up the integrals (do not evaluate) that give the following
    The area of the region R
    The solid generated by rotating the region R around the x-axis. Indicate the method you are using.
    The solid generated by rotating the region R around the y-axis. Indicate the method you are using.

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    Derivatives and integrals and area of a region and volume of a solid are investigated.

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