# Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 3rd Edition Answers Ch 3 Derivatives Ex 3.1

## Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 3rd Edition Answers Ch 3 Derivatives Ex 3.1

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(e) We will look for the steepest part of the curve. This is where the elevation is dropping most rapidly and therefore the most likely location for significant “rapids.”
These are points where there is significant change in river elevation, causes rapid increase in the speed of the river flow and hence becomes the most dangerous section of the river.
(f) We will look for the lowest point on the graph. This is where the elevation is dropping most rapidly and therefore the most likely location for significant “rapids.”
These are points where there is significant change in depth, and hence becomes the most dangerous section of the river.

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