The Indenite Integral
The student rill recall that addition and subtraction are inverse
operation. Other examples of inverse operation are multiplication and
division, raising to powers and extracting roots.
Today we will study
When a point moves along the curve of a function, say from left
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Limits of Innity
We have been concerned with limits and describe the behavior of ;
function f[x] as it approaches some real nos. Today we will study thl
behavior of f[x] as x increases or decreases without bound.
Eq. 1: lim l = 0 the eva
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mm [Derivative for Graphing and Application]
Let y = x] be a function and let f" (I) be its second derivative.
If f'(x) :-> lEl'for all 7-: within the interval (a, b], then the function is concav
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At the end of this chapter, the reader should be able
State the importance of proficiency in analyzing
Enumerate the tools and techniques in analyzin