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Concavity and Inection Points. Extreme Values and The
Second Derivative Test.
Consider the following two increasing functions. While they are both increasing, their concavity
distin
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The Limit
behavior of a function near a point
The limit of a function f (x) at a point x = a describes the behavior of the function f (x)
near the point x = a.
If the values of f (x
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Antiderivative and The Indenite Integral
The idea of employing an inverse function is central when solving any equation:
x + 2 = 4 requires application of the function x 2, the inv
Section 7 Spring 2017
PROJECT 1 MA110 SECTION 7 BENDL
DUE MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2017
You may work with one other person in your section or by yourself. Please turn in
answers and all work on these sheets.
LIMITS GRAPHS . 2
1. Use the graph of f drawn below to answer the following
questions:
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13.5 \
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RX
NOTE: OPEN DOTS AT (4,1.5) AND (1,1.5) AND (1,2).
' FILLED IN DOTS AT (4,1) AND (4,0).
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FENCING # 1
X
Y
YOU HAVE 1000 FEET OF FENCING TO FENCE THE RECTANGULAR REGION
SHOWN ABOVE. NOTE THAT THERE ARE TO BE TWO EXTRA FENCE LENGTHS
PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH SIDE, AS SHOWN. THE NORTH SIDE IS ADJ
Jared is designing a new rectangular vineyard. He has 6420 feet of
fencing for his vineyard. He-plans to fence the entire rectangle and
put four extra lengths of fencing parallel to one side to make f
PRACTICE WITH FUNCTION DOMAIN
Find the domain of each of the following functions:
3t 1
2
t t 6
1. g (t )
2. f (a)
3. h(t ) 5 t 3 2t
5. f (a)
a2 2a
a 1
x 1
7. f ( x ) x 3
1 x
a2 4a 4
a2 a 2
4. g (
GRAPH ANALYSIS PRACTICE
1. The function shown below models the pl-l level of the human mouth x minutes after
a person eats food containing sugar.
(a) Estimate the times (as x intervals) when the pH
Name 1
Name 2
Name 3
Rushabh D. Lagdiwala
Ian Mitchell
Adam Reed
Values
A
B
C
7
2
7
ID#: 0621704
ID#: 0548047
ID#: 0618805
Problem 1
Function:
A:
B:
C:
M(t)=(Ct+A*1000)/(B(t2+1)
7
2
7
Part A
Find M(0)
Name 1
Name 2
Name 3
Rushabh D. Lagdiwala ID#: 0621704
Ian Mitchell
ID#: 0548047
Adam Reed
ID#: 0618805
Values
A
B
6
5
negative b
-5
b
5
n
100
delta x
0.1
Function f(x)=1728/(x^2+144)
x
delta x
f(x)
A
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Hirvi Dalal, ID # 597367
Christopher Varghese, ID # 592957
Lab/Equation: 1
Mathematical Analysis Lab , MA 102, Edward Reimers
Problem 1/Equation 1:
m(t)=(12000/(1+3e^0.035t)
a
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Implicit Dierentiation. Logarithmic Dierentiation
Implicit functions. If a function can be expressed as y = f (x) it is said to be in the explicit
form. However, in some cases, the
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Innite Limits and Limits at Innity
Horizontal and vertical asymptotes
1
Example 1. Consider the function f (x) = x . This function is dened for every value of x except
x = 0. Althou
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The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
The Total Change Theorem and the Area Under a Curve.
Example 2 of the previous section we approximated the distance traveled during some time
in
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Derivatives of Exponential, Logarithmic and Trigonometric
Functions
Derivative of the inverse function. If f (x) is a one-to-one function (i.e. the graph of f (x)
passes the horizon
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Finding and Using Derivative
The shortcuts
We have seen that the formula f (x) = limh0 f (x+h)f (x) is manageable for relatively simple
h
functions like a linear or quadratic. For m
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Continuous functions. Limits of non-rational functions.
Squeeze Theorem. Calculator issues.
Applications of limits
Continuous Functions. Recall that we referred to a function f (x)
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Absolute Extrema and Constrained Optimization
Recall that a function f (x) is said to have a
relative maximum at x = c if f (c) f (x) for
all values of x in some open interval conta
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Higher Derivatives. Dierentiable Functions
The second derivative. The derivative itself can be considered as a function. The instantaneous
rate of change of this function is the sec
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The Derivative
The rate of change
Knowing and understanding the concept of derivative will enable you to answer the following
questions. Let us consider a quantity whose size is des
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Denite Integral The Left and Right Sums
In this section we turn to the question of nding the area between a given curve and x-axis on
an interval. At this time, this question seems
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Integrals of Exponential and Trigonometric Functions.
Integrals Producing Logarithmic Functions.
Integrals of exponential functions. Since the derivative of ex is ex , ex is an anti
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Areas between Curves
In this section we consider the area between two curves. Let f (x) and g(x) are two continuous
functions dened on the interval [a, b] such that f (x) g(x) for a
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Increasing/Decreasing Test. Extreme Values and The First
Derivative Test.
Recall that a function f (x) is increasing on an interval if the increase in x-values implies an
increase i
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Finding Derivative
More Rules - Product, Quotient and Chain
The Product Rule. Both calculus 1 and 2 courses would be much shorter if the derivative of
a product is a product of the
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Linear Approximation
The dierential. Consider a function y = f (x) and the two points (x, f (x) and (x+h, f (x+h)
on its graph. Recall that x is sometimes used to denote the dierenc