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Math 104 Fall 2010 Lectures 13 - 25 Text Ref.9 th /[0 th Edition] Lecture 13: Exponential Functions definition, graphs, the natural number ℓ Logarithms definition, properties, graphs Applications of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 4.1 – 4.4 Lecture 14: Derivatives of Exponential Functions 11.8 Lecture 15: Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions 11.8 Lecture 16: Applications of the Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions p . 732-734 / 763-655 Lecture 17: Continuity, Discontinuity, Differentiability of Functions 11.9 Lecture 18: Derivatives and their Applications to Graphs intervals of increase and decrease maxima, minima critical numbers, critical points 12.1 Lecture 19: Analysis of Functions using the First Derivative

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Unformatted text preview: 12.1 Lecture 20: The Second Derivative concavity, points of inflections 12.2 Lecture 21: Applications of the Second Derivative acceleration, point of diminishing returns test for maxima/minima 12.2________ Lecture 22: Optimization Problems use of the first and second derivatives 12.3 Lecture 23: Optimization Problems integral values, economic lot size 12.3 Lecture 24: Curve Sketching: polynomial and rational functions 12.4 Lecture 25: Curve Sketching: reciprocal functions Graphs created from constraints____________________ __ 12.4 ________ Math 104 Test 2 given Nov. 15 th 2010 4:30 to 5:45 p.m., tutorial room RCH 301 covering the course material Sept. 13 th – Nov. 10 th...
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