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From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesFrom Math 1106 Class 2Dr. Allen BackJan. 28, 2014
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From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesCourse Website˜web1106/index.htmlPlease check the prelim dates in your other courses and let usknow (email to Dr. Back, cc your TA ) by Friday 2/7 if thereare conflicts.
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesDifferentiatingxnf(x) =xnf0(x) =?
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesDifferentiatingxnSection 4.1: Differentiate(8)y=-100x+ 6x34(9)y= 10x-3+ 5x-4-8x
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesDifferentiatingxnSection 4.1:(12)f(t) =14t+12t4+2(19)0f(x) =x3+ 5xf0(x) =?
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesDifferentiatingxn
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesTangent LinesThetangent lineto the graphy=f(x) atx=ais defined tobe the liney-f(a) =f0(a)(x-a).
From Math1106 Class 2V1UAdminDifferentiatingx to the nTangent LinesInterpretationsof DerivativesDerivativeRulesProduct RuleQuotient RuleChain RuleHow and WhyChain RuleSpecial CasesTangent LinesThetangent lineto the graphy=f(x) atx=ais defined tobe the liney-f(a) =f0(a)(x-a).Geometrically it is the limit of secant lines between (a,f(a))and nearby points on the graph.
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