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Unformatted text preview: Outline Estimating with Differentials Other Ways of Measuring Change Math 1205 § 3.6: Differentials Heath David Hart Fall 2007 Heath David Hart Math 1205 § 3.6: Differentials Outline Estimating with Differentials Other Ways of Measuring Change Example Table of Contents: Notes for Day 18: § 3.10: Differentials Example Estimating with Differentials Example Other Ways of Measuring Change Heath David Hart Math 1205 § 3.6: Differentials Outline Estimating with Differentials Other Ways of Measuring Change Example Introduction The differential is an estimate, which uses the derivative, for how much a function has changed over an interval. Heath David Hart Math 1205 § 3.6: Differentials Outline Estimating with Differentials Other Ways of Measuring Change Example Introduction To get the formula for a differential, we first set the derivative equal to itself – using different notations on either side of the equation: dy dx = f ( x ) Since both sides of the equation are really the same quantity, this equation is always true....
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