Objective [1.1] Notes
Be able to relate the ideas of speed and acceleration to any business relationship (function). One way to get your feet wet with Calculus is to think about something we are all very familiar with riding in a car. Sopretend now that y

First Thoughts about a business idea - PRICE-DEMAND-REVENUE
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose a single product (no services!) Choose a time period for the accounting (days, weeks, months, years) Choose a market (local, state, national, global) (how many total people)

Objective [3.2] Notes
Part 2 Exponential
Be familiar with and recognize the algebraic form(s) for all three models, including their corresponding parameters and if th ose parameters have any meaning in the context of the functional relationship (e.g. does

Objective [3.2] Notes
Part 3 Logistic
Be familiar with and recognize the algebraic form(s) for all three models, including their corresponding parameters and if th ose parameters have any meaning in the context of the functional relationship (e.g. does a

Objective [3.2] Notes
Part 1 Quadratic
Be familiar with and recognize the algebraic form(s) for all three models, including their corresponding parameters and if th ose parameters have any meaning in the context of the functional relationship (e.g. does a

Objective [3.4] Notes
Be able to evaluate (i.e. find an output given an input) and of the three model functions bo th numerically and symbolically
In objective 1.13 you learned that to evaluate means to find an output to a relationship given an input. You

Objective [3.5] Notes
Use a linear or exponential demand function to create a revenue function and then find the optimal price (the price that gives the maximum possible revenue).
The Revenue Relationship really has two inputs, price and quantity. The mod

Objective [3.7] Notes
Be able to solve the quadratic, exponential and logistic literal (with just symbols) equations for any parameter or the input .
In the previous objective, 2.6, you were introduced to the idea that when we solve we need to apply the i

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Accounting Certificate of Completion Program Requirements 2010-2011
Student Name Student ID
Department Website
http:/acct.edcc.edu
Credit/Grade Requirements All required credits must be earned at Edmonds Community College. Students are
required to maintai

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Given this Cartesian plot of a function. Draw the derivative of the function on the same graph.
y
4
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x
4
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6
2
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This is the derivative plot of a function. Draw the function it came from given that it goes through the point (0,0) on the same graph
y

[1.7]
Coaxing the Derivative out of NOTHING!
First we start with y f ( x) and what we know about AROC at x a
slope of the secant from (a, f (a) to (a h, f (a h)= AROC of f f (a h) f (a) y h x
xa
Now As h gets smaller and smaller and smaller the length of

Objective [1.6]-Notes
Know and understand the rules of representing a function in a Cartesian plots including relevant vocabulary. Understand when a Cartesian plot is indicating a relationship is not functional
(Note: the vertical line test for relationsh

Objective [1.1]-Problems
Be able to relate the ideas of speed(rate) and acceleration to any business relationship (function).
Instructions: For each functional relationship the units are indicated in parentheses. Form the unit of the rate for that relatio

Estimating Future Sales From Function to Equation to Formula Objectives [1.1] and [1.2] Name(s):
1. Using the question about accelerating sales (versions 1,2,3) make a list assigning a pneumonic letter (maybe using a subscript) to each quantity in the pro

THE SITUATION You have just rolled out a new product. Its been on the market for two months. Total sales were 2,000 units at the end of the first month and 8,000 units at the end of the second month. THE QUESTION If sales are projected to accelerate by 50

Objective [1.2]-Notes
Identify the input and output to a functional relationship including all relevant vocabulary (e.g. independent and dependent variables, domain, range). In every relationship that is going to be modeled mathematically by a functi on t

Objective [1.2]-Problems
Identify the input and output to a functional relationship including all relevant vocabulary (e.g. independent and dependent variables, domain, range). In each relationship identify the input and the output sets ExampleSolution: T

Objective [1.2]-Problems
Identify the input and output to a functional relationship including all relevant vocabulary (e.g. independent and dependent variables, domain, range). In each relationship identify the input and the output sets ExampleSolution: T

Objective [1.2] Notes
Understand that the average rate of change of a relationship is a linear estimate of its actual rate of change. There is just one basic idea to learn in this objective but its VERY important. Its not too hard to understand if we go b

Objective [1.4]-Notes
Choose symbols and write out functional notation for a functional relationship (i.e. function) Ok, so we have a business relationship. We have determined that its functional and has ordered sets of numbers for input and output (in ot

Objective [1.4]-Problems
Choose symbols and write out functional notation for a functional relationship (i.e. function) For each functional relationship statement identify the input and output and define appropriate symbols(letters) for each. Then define

Objective [1.4]-Problems
Choose symbols and write out functional notation for a functional relationship (i.e. function) For each functional relationship statement identify the input and output and define appropriate symbols(letters) for each. T hen define

Objective [1.5]-Notes
Know and understand the rules for representing the data of a functional relationship in tabular and order pair forms.
When we have some business functional relationship that we wish to model with an algebraic function we know that we

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