Find the Inflection Points, Maximums, Minimums, and between what points the function is increasing.
2. Integrate between -pi/2 and pi/2 the value (cos(x))/(2-sin(x))
3. Find the tangent line @ (0,1/2) of the function (1/2)*(e^sin(2x))
4. Find the Inverse (f-1) at (x)(x-3)^1/2
Karma to all answers! These problems are striclty derivatives and integrations. Thanks!!