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Ê 0 œ a(0) b b(0) b c Ê c œ 0; y œ ax b bx passes through ("ß #) œ to the tangent line at (#ß ") is y c 1 œ c 8 (x c 2) or y œ c 8 b 4 . evalf[4](< convert(Xvals,Matrix) , c12 c$ c& us`RealOnly`c# b 3xc% œ c# b 3 Ê d y œconvert(Yvals,Matrix) >); Ê (dy œ b) plot( L, x=x0-5..x0+3, color=black, 0 # c 4 andœ 3.1 #62(f)" ); for at m the dx The slope of the curve x x is dx œ 3x c 12x title="Section xsmallest value y, h] w # s through (aˆxÈÊ b (2)œ0 5. 1)(2x)wb‰ b(0)cbcb4xÊ 2x œ 0;theœ2x c#2 b bx 2passesbybœ x at("ß #) !ß !) 2 a œ a(0) œ 2ax b c and c Ê b 0 y ax b; 1 since y curve is tangent to through the origin, its slope is 1 at x œ 0 c nÊ dz cos t c "s b "‰ Šc (2x b ˆÈs c œ Š2x ‹ 2 t c Ès ˆÈs b œ c2x c œ c 1 a ctan ‹ " œ c ax b x 1 " 3 q) w (s)dœ cos t)secœ wt cdycc tq csc t)(csc t ax t)c 1b sec "‰ c ˆ a c 1‰ anbœ and csc t)(ccscxbcot st)b ("is c tanœsecscot œ œ œ #2a(0) b x c 1bœb slope is 1 at a b b0œ 2 Ê a œ 1. In summary a œ b œ 1 and c œ 0 so sec c c 1 1 cos q curve q0Ê dsb a5 (1 qb since the œ bq sec b tangent to y 1 x atqthe origin, its œ 1. ax c 1b x œ fœdx(1b(sinÊ œ c3Èœ54cosxxx tan qx œ cscÈxˆÈ ‰ Ê È ˆÈ Then x sec xdx cot x) Ê x ˆ swhen 4b sec c (1 b tan q) s b 1 b œ x y (1dx csc tan q) 2 s s s b 1‰ c 9bt)‰ dt (1 b 1 . # 143 t t c csc Ê Ê 1 2a(0) b bt cotis y œ 2xcscb x. a b b œ 2 Ê a œ 1. In summary a œ b œ 1 and c œ 0 so t cot c cothe curve t b c 1. Then t Section 3.4 Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions s‰(1œ tcsc"csc tfrom Exampleœ in c csccot t 2.1 2 (1 Section s y4 dyuse t) csin x) c (cos x)(1) . (cos x)(1)t) 4 csin x) œ x x2sin x c cos x u$ œ 2x and x w œ 1 Ê gw (x) œ vu c uv 15 #u œ xccsc and v œ 4 ;cww#Èthexquotient rule:b 0 œ # c x( x cot x cc b 0.5 Ê w cos x b x sin v # x( c . œ cœ c a(cscxx) accsc xb b (cot x)(ccsc x cot x)b œ csc x b csc x cot x 0.5 y œcsc cot c È b v b Èx x x dp # (cos q)(cos q c sin q) c (sin q b coscos csin q) #x q)( x dx x cos x 2x)dq)œc46.())b 2# sinx)bxœ c)()x cos b 4 ("ß sin )) 0 œ c(1) c 1 Ê c œ 1 Ê the curve is y œ x c x# . For this curve, c c ax cos " y œ ) b x# passes through # !) Ê a # 4b œ 2x c c b 4 œ $ b x ) b cx cos q b xc (1 x b c (sin0.5)œ ds acsc c cos t)(cos b c 17. 2 cos t c cos t x " xx) 0.5) ˆ2Èx‰ (5)csc t)x(x b1t)(sin t) csc(x b 0.5)cscc sin t cos t c " b wc (5x 1) b wwœq b !) sin œ cos t) Š c # dt dusin ("ß cos qÊ qcœ #c"2xxœ 1 x5x qc œ c cosw t) the1. Since yt)œ x c x# . cos t ythisx# b ax b b have common tangents at x œ 0, y(1 0 œ dy d and œœ 21 (1 1 y # œ c curve is 1 c(1) ‹ œ Ê c 1 Ê Ê # œ $ c cos œ c # c and œ curve, ughd # x)(sec x tan x) œ sec (1x b sec x tan1 2 For sec4x x b (sin x)(2x)b b a(2x)(csin x) b (cos x)(2)b c 2 cos x x q .x xw osq w (cot x) b Ê dx† b (tan # s y x œ 2 sin x sec x b œ a cos dx# œ c (sec x) a4x # cos 23ax # b b x cot (cot x)(2x) b x dx x œ cx csc x have Ê Ê dxosa#) cbaybœb#x bbax b c must alsoœ x#t b#axbb abbat xb œ 1.bThus y œ 2x" bxaœ 0, c1 œ 2 † 1 b a Ê a œ c3 y "x " ) c œ x 1. Since ty œ œ b secandw y sec a slope c1 have common tangents at "b x 2 x x) œ t c "bt sec œ c 25t. 2 cos $ œ(t) cos b ba" c t "ba" œ t # c t c " œ sec n2 x ac 2xbsin tx b 2 cos1x, cÁ " Êxxfwcx#œ x x at b 2b2 at #ba Ê b y œt b# c 3x b b. Since this last curve passes through ("ß !), we have 0 œ 1 c 3 b b Ê b œ 2. In summary, tx 2 c c" 2 at a 2Ê a œ tc3b2 b b2 a b2 lso have tan q) asec2 1b at (tanœ asec Thus y œ b tan q sec Ê tan1 sec 2 † 1 b sec q slope c x 1. p q 2x b a q c c q œ q c x x œ (1 b x Š1 c xq‹ c ˆ1 bq) c 4Èqb‰ œ sec x c " œ q Ê this last ˆ)b tan q) œ)) through 21 so), web tan)# 0 œ ) b 2)b(1 b)bb bc)()y In summary, )) (1 tan a curve passes and œ (È !)‰ œ c a q) are 1 œ x# sin3x œ and œ ) b ## . c Ê q) inceww wd))œ c œ #cd) dy sin # (sin "ß the have ) tyv drœ c2(csind3,x(b 2 2 b x cœ))(2)œ 2(1curves cosyy%Ñc 3 c2bsin x 2 œ 2. cos x c x sin an œ Ê) www Ð d (c" a1 b t x) x (cos t)(2t) Êc a ccos x in1xb tÊc"dy xœ1c#x)Êœdvsin(x)sin (sec) x (1 ccos x)œb c" c2xœ b 2t b (sin x)(2)b c 2(csin x) c # b# œ Êt dxœb axœ c Ê b y b c c tan x b (sect x c tan x) d c 2t c x b tan x) 2 cos x)(2x) # 2t tanœ sec )dx csct y œ dttan b and (sec ) aso the curves1are ) xwww x# c 3x dx 2a1 b t by œ x c x . Ð%Ñb t b œ t (sec " 1 ww x) cb y œ c9 cos cotÊ Ê xww c9(ca(csc x)#accsc xxb b (cot x)(ccsc xdx x)b œ csc$ x b csc x cot# x sin x) œ # sin # x ) w x c 2x cos x c 2 y œb 2 sin x œ cx9 sin # Ê ya1 œ 9 cos x a1 b t b cos œ cdr b (a)(secxx x$ tanxx) ac yw x tan x c 1. When x œ c1, y œ 0 cot yw œ 2 Ê the tangent line to the curve at (c"ß !) is sin y Ê y sec#cscb x y œ c c œ sec œ 3x b sec xb x xc x and s ) Ê 47. œ () cos ) b (sin ))(1)) c #sin ) œ ) cos ) $ sc#3x# c$d) #(2xbcœy(csc2(xxbb#a# 2x#and2xw c 102 sec# xctantangent line c tan x sec# at (œ "ß !) is x bw cot c sec# œtancab 1)œ bcœc yxbc b Ê 2 17 # xxb sec$ x to the curve xb c 0. x 7)(1)x œx)5)(2)y or0 csc 2x x 2. œ the csc x y x tan œ 1 c csc c csc x x c w 1. œÊtan )œx When) c (x"b b tan secœ 7cos ) b sec ) œ (2x c )w dsec ) (cos b # 1, œ ) (2x c 7) ) tangentsecœ c 1(2x csecyww c 1 œ tanasec# xb b (tanc 7) at x œ œ(tan t) tan x Ê t œ # œ 7) y (sec x) # t dy x)(sec x tan x) œ sec$ x b sec x tan# x 2x dr œ sec È ‰ tan#b 2. # ) x bcsc c tan )x b (csc ‹ œ È Ê dt)x œ (atan# ˆ)(cb1b Š) cotc ˆÈs c1 ‰ Š#))(sec )ˆ0.‹ )) $ˆÈ ‰ ) œ 1 Ê dx tan ‰ lope db tan xb œ (sec x) asec# x b sec xs c 1b œ s2 sec x c sec x ‹ sc1 b" c " s c# x of w (s) œ s " " Ê œ " " c " sin # ‰ and ) ‰fb ˆ sin d ‰ ˆ cos ) ‰ ˆˆcoss) ‰‰œ sin ") b cos ) œÈs ˆÈ)b 1‰csc#œ Ès ˆÈs b 1‰ ˆ sin È b1 ) 2 sec s c ; 1 cos ) ds ) (sec t) œ 2t c sec t tan t ) Ê dt œ 2t c dt 1 " ˆÈ 3‰ cos s# w œ #c2 cos x Example 2 in Section 2.12 sin x Ê ywww œ 2 cos x Ê yÐ%Ñ œ c2 sin x Ê y œ Ès from Ê yww œ c2(csin x) œ dr sin(11(x b cotœt (" b sec ww q cos ) c cot# q )(sec ) tanc)csc# x) ) b ") b tan# ) Ðœ cos ) b sec# ) c œc %Ñ )( cw Ê 1), x c ( y c 1) b (sin Ê )csc t)(d 9 sin œ Ê b ))œ c t cos ) www œ q ) œ (cos œ cy cscqc)cscq)cot t) (c"sincsc t)(csc9 cot t) x Êœycsin c9(csin q œ 9 sin x Ê y œ 9 cos x (1 c csc t) ˆ2Èx‰ (5) c (5x b 1) Š ‹ t t c csc t cot t c csc t cot t csc du œ c2 c tx cot t 5x c 1 dp cÊ tanœ (1 gent 5 cosat Ê slope ofsec# q csc t) œ 4x b œcsc t)dxx q Ê dq œ4xtangent at dt (2x c 7) dt (2x c 7) (2x c 7) fpm@itesm.mx x x ) œ cos (c1) œ c"; slope of c t) c (sin 2 c cos cos t c œ y(1(0)cos t)(cos cos t)1œ t)(sin t) ˆ1 bcos t(1 cxcost c sin tx c " (1 c cos " œ c 1 c" t œ 4w c sÈx qÊ vwdp (0)(1cb x ‹ c q)(cc 4È ‰ bt)(cos q)(ccsc qt)cot q) œ (cossin q c 1) c cot# q œ csin q c csc# q œ cos x and x sin q) œ 2È œ cos Ê (1dq œ Š 1;csc c œ 1 ...
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