Basic Differentiation and Rates of Change

Basic Differentiation and Rates of Change - x x dx d sin...

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Basic Differentiation and Rates of Change Section 2.2
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Theorem 2.2 The Constant Rule The derivative of a constant function is 0. That is, if c is a real number, then [ ] 0 = c dx d
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Theorem 2.3 The Power Rule If n is a rational number, then the function f(x) = x n is differentiable and For f to be differentiable at x = 0, n must be a real # such that x n-1 is defined on an interval containing 0. [ ] 1 - = n n nx x dx d
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In the Power Rule, the case for which n = 1 is best thought of as a separate differentiation rule. That is, [ ] 1 = x dx d
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Theorem 2.4 The Constant Multiple Rule If f is a differentiable function and c is a real #, then cf is also differentiable and [ ] ) ( ' ) ( x cf x cf dx d =
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Theorem 2.5 The Sum and Difference Rules The derivative of the sum (or difference) of two differentiable functions is differentiable and is the sum (or difference) of their derivatives. [ ] ) ( ' ) ( ' ) ( ) ( x g x f x g x f dx d ± = ±
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Theorem 2.6 Derivatives of Sine and Cosine Functions [ ] x x dx d cos sin = [ ]
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