Math Question - Not Homework.

<p>Let me start by saying that I'm not asking for help with homework ;) For those who still don't believe me, I have already filled in the answers. So, I was studying math and I came across this question, not extremely difficult... I do have SOME clue about it, but I just want to know if I am doing things correctly.</p>

<p>Here it is: [url=<a href=""&gt;]Question.jpg[/url&lt;/a&gt;]&lt;/p>

<p>I would be grateful if someone could validate my approach to this question and the answers? Thanks ^_^</p>

<p>I'm sorry I cant help you lol. May I ask what math course you are taking?</p>

<p>FutureVpFinance, fancy name ;)</p>

<p>I'm taking the IB Math HL 2. But never mind, I found the answer I was looking for, I just have to assume both the graphs to be continuous ^_^</p>

<p>Yah that's right.</p>

<p>Holy crud, that's pretty insane.</p>

<p>Originalthought, thanks for validating ^_^</p>

<p>And Saugus, that's IB HL Math for you <em>shrugs</em> But it's not that difficult, you know :P</p>

<p>Didn't work on my iphone . I know you found the answer , iam just curius what it is .</p>

<p>It's all right. The second part of the drawn graph could be more concave :p, but that's not important.</p>

<p>Freedom, you could try accessing the link on a computer? I'm sure it would work then.</p>

<p>And enfieldacademy, thank you :-)</p>

<p>Also, random observation: when you denoted your derivatives, it was hard to read.</p>

<p>^ Yes :P</p>

<p>I originally intended to write it as N'(x) and then substitute x=26, but somewhere along the thought process, I decided that I would directly write N'(26) and out of absentmindedness forgot the " ' "</p>

<p>Random Observation explained :D</p>