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Problem 19

$15-22=$ Sketch the graph of $f$ by hand and use …

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Problem 18

$15-22=$ Sketch the graph of $f$ by hand and use your sketch to
find the absolute and local maximum and minimum values of $f .$
(Use the graphs and transformations of Sections $1.2 . )$
$$f(t)=\cos t, \quad-3 \pi / 2 \leqslant t \leqslant 3 \pi / 2$$

Answer

abs $\&$ local min: $f(-\pi)=-1, f(\pi)=-1 \quad$ abs $\&$ local max: $f(0)=1$



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