Graph I) only Graph II) only Graph III) only Graph IV) only Graph V)
only Graph III) and Graph IV) only Graph IV) and Graph V) only Graph I), Graph IV) and Graph V) only Graph III), Graph IV) and Graph
V) only Graph I), Graph II), Graph IV), and Graph V) only Graph
I), Graph III), Graph IV), and Graph V) only All five functions have a
value for in where None of the graphs have a value for in where

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Before watching the videos, think about and answer these questions to the best of your ability.

For Questions 1 and 2 use the following graphs:

Graph I | Graph II |

Graph III | Graph IV |

Graph V | |

For which of the graphs from I) – V) above, if any, is there a value for in where ?

For which of the graphs from I) – V) above, if any, is continuous over , differentiable
over , AND there is a value for in where ?

Graph I) only Graph II) only Graph III) only Graph IV) only Graph V) only Graph III) and
Graph IV) only Graph IV) and Graph V) only Graph I), Graph IV) and
Graph V) only Graph III), Graph IV) and Graph V) only Graph I),
Graph II), Graph IV), and Graph V) only Graph I), Graph III), Graph
IV), and Graph V) only All five functions satisfy these three conditions
None of the graphs have functions that satisfy these three conditions

For the graph of below, identify a value for , if any, from the interval where .

No values for exist where

Two police cars are stationed 1.9 miles apart on a highway that has a speed limit of
55 miles per hour. A red sports car passes in front of the first police car and is
clocked at 55 miles per hour. 0.033 hours later (2 minutes), the red sports car passes
in front of the second police car and is clocked at 54 miles per hour. Did the car
exceed the speed limit at some time during the 0.033 hours?

Yes. No. Maybe,
but I need more information. I’m not sure how to answer this question.