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Outline Linearization Math 1205 3.10: Linearization David Murrugarra Fall 2007 David Murrugarra Math 1205 3.10: Linearization
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Outline Linearization Table of Contents: 3.10: Linearization Linearization Linear Functions Definition Examples: David Murrugarra Math 1205 3.10: Linearization
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Outline Linearization Introduction In this section, we will see how to approximate a differentiable function by a linear function in a given point. Any differentiable function can be seen as a linear function restricting it to small intervals. David Murrugarra Math 1205 3.10: Linearization
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Outline Linearization Linear Functions Definition Examples: Linearization of a function Linearization means to find a linear approximation L to a function f at a given point x = a . Therefore the linearization L of the function f is a line. We will start by recalling the general form of a linear function. David Murrugarra Math 1205 3.10: Linearization
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Outline Linearization Linear Functions Definition Examples: Linear Functions Remember that the equation of a line passing
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