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    Implicit Differentiation, Indefinite Integral, Graph of Inequality and Extreme of a Function

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    Find the indefinite integral and check by differentiation ∫x^3+2 dx

    Solve the inequality and sketch the graph of the solution on the real number line
    x- 5 > or = 7

    Find the extreme of the function of the closed interval f(x) = 5- 2x^2, [0,3]

    Find dy/dx using implicit differentation for y^3 -x^2 + xy=3

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