Things to know for Math 10C

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Things You Should Know for Math 10C Prepared by Will Garner Math 10C covers multivariable calculus. For the week, though, we shall cover probabilities, which involve the use of integrals. Beyond that, though, we will be focusing heavily on derivatives. Thus, it is important to recall (most of) what we learned in Math 10A. Below are some things you should know. Know the basic information from the unit circle The following table should be helpful. It is given in radians (which is what we use now). Recall, to convert from radians to degrees, we use the conversion: 180 deg rad π ° = . 31 3 62 2 3 22 42 2 13 32 2 2 21 3 2 2 2 53 1 3 2 3 degrees cos( ) sin( ) tan( ) 0,2 or 0,360 1 0 0 or 30 or 45 1 or 60 3 or 90 0 1 undefined or 120 3 or 135 1 or 150 x xx ° ° ° ° ° °− 73 1 3 2 3 52 2 2 41 3 2 3 2 51 3 2 72 2 2 11 3 1 3 2 3 degrees cos( ) sin( ) tan( ) or 180 1 0 0 or 210 or 225 1 or 240 3 or 270 0 1 undefined or 300 3 or 315 1 or 330 x Know the three basic rules for taking derivatives of functions 1. The power rule: 1 () nn d dx ax anx = 2.
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2009 for the course MATH 3412341 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '06 term at UCSD.

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