Math20_Fall2011_CalcReview

Math20_Fall2011_CalcReview - Harvard University, Math 20...

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Harvard University, Math 20 Fall 2011, Instructor: Rachel Epstein 1 Fall, 2011 We are about to begin our study of multi-variable calculus. Here are some single-variable calculus topics and exercises for you to review, in case you need to brush up on them. This material is covered, albeit in much more detail than 9, on single-variable optimization, is by far the most important of these. Cabot Library has a host of calculus textbooks available for circulation; browse and find one that appeals to you! Topics It is always helpful to know what the graphs of the standard functions look like. Make special note of the domains of these functions. The standard functions are: Linear functions: Functions of the form y = mx + b where m and b are constants. Special cases are the constant functions y = b , which occur when m = 0. Power functions:
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