A road starts at town A and go

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A road starts at town A and goes into the mountains. When you are x kilometers from along the road from A, the height above town A is h(x) meters.(a) What does h(12) = 400 mean? (b) What does h'(12) = -60 mean? (c) If h(12) = 400 and h'(12) = -60 what, approximately, is the height of the road above A at a distance of 12.1 kilometers from A?

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