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Jacobs University Bremen Fall Semester 2017 Prof. Dr. T. Preusser Calculus I Preparation for Final Exam – Not for credit Relevant for the first midterm is all material from the start of the class until the end of Chapter 3 (Applications of the derivative), including assignment sheets 1 - 6. The topics that are relevant are: I. Proof by induction – natural numbers – integers – equivalence relations – rational numbers – real numbers – ordering of numbers – inequalities – absolute value – number line – sets of numbers – bounds of sets – interval notation and bracket notation – union and intersection of sets of numbers – Cartesian plane – quadrants – lines – slope – angle of inclination – complex numbers – operations with real and complex numbers II. Functions – domain – image/range – graph – operations with functions – composition of functions
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  • Fall '17
  • Tobias Pressuer
  • Calculus, Derivative, Continuous function, Jacobs University Bremen, Prof. Dr. T. Preusser

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