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Week 9 Lecture 2
TOPIC 6
Differentiation and Applications
CURVATURE
Curvature
We now concern ourselves with the overall shape of a function. Graphs or
portions of graphs can be classified into two categories dependin
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Week 11 Lecture 1
TOPIC 7
Functions of Several Variables
UNCONSTRAINED
OPTIMISATION
OptimisingFunctionsof1Variable
We are by now familiar with the process for optimising functions of just 1
variable, y = f(x).
dy d 2
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Week 10 Lecture 2
TOPIC 7
Functions of Several Variables
APPLICATIONS OF
PARTIAL
DIFFERENTIATION
ApplicationsofPartialDifferentiation
In this lecture we see 4 different applications for partial differentiation in
the
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Week 10 Lecture 1
TOPIC 7
Functions of Several Variables
PARTIAL
DIFFERENTIATION
FunctionsofMoreThan1Variable
So far, all of our functions have contained only one variable on the righthand-side of the equation. Now w
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Week 8 Lecture 2
TOPIC 6
Differentiation and Applications
GRADIENTS AND
DERIVATIVES
GradientsandTangents
The straight line graphs we studied earlier had a characteristic called the
gradient. This tells us how steep t
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Week 9 Lecture 1
TOPIC 6
Differentiation and Applications
OPTIMISATION
TurningPoints
We are able to use derivatives to find the turning points on non-linear
functions.
y
20
15
10
5
x
0
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
turning point
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Week 7 Lecture 1
TOPIC 5
Financial Mathematics
INTEREST
SimpleInterest
Simple interest is a fixed percentage of the principal, P0, that is paid to an
investor each year.
So the amount of interest earned each year doe
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Week 6 Lecture 2
TOPIC 5
Financial Mathematics
SEQUENCES AND
SERIES
Sequences&Series
Sequences
A list of numbers which follow a definite pattern or rule.
e.g. 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17,
Referred to as T5.
Series
The sum o
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Week 7 Lecture 2
TOPIC 5
Financial Mathematics
DEPRECIATION
Depreciation
Depreciation is when something decreases in value over time instead of
increasing as was the case with the interest calculations.
There are two
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Week 5 Lecture 1
TOPIC 4
Non-Linear Functions
CUBICS AND OTHER
POLYNOMIALS
CubicFunctions
We now look briefly at cubic functions then at polynomials in general.
Cubic functions have the general form
y = ax3 + bx2 + c
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Week 5 Lecture 2
TOPIC 4
Non-Linear Functions
LOGARITHMIC
FUNCTIONS
Logarithms
Logarithms are used to solve equations where the unknown or variable is
in the power, for example
10 x 1000
We need a new technique to so
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Week 4 Lecture 2
TOPIC 4
Non-Linear Functions
QUADRATICS
NonLinearFunctions
The linear models used up until now are good introductory models for
demand, supply and cost, but they are not necessarily realistic when it
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Week 4 Lecture 1
TOPIC 3
Simultaneous Linear
Equations
EQUILIBRIUM
ApplicationofSimultaneousEquations
Goods Market Equilibrium
Market equilibrium occurs when the quantity demanded (Qd) by consumers and
the quantity s
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Week 3 Lecture 1
TOPIC 2
The Straight Line and
Applications
BUDGET & COST
CONSTRAINTS
BudgetConstraints
We consider a consumer who can only spend their income, M, on two goods
for simplicity, X and Y. The price of go
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Week 2 Lecture 1
TOPIC 2
The Straight Line and
Applications
THE STRAIGHT LINE
FeaturesofaStraightLineGraph
The most common function used is the linear function, so we need to explore
all of the various facets of line
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Week 2 Lecture 2
TOPIC 2
The Straight Line and
Applications
MORE MATHEMATICS
Findingtheslopegiven2points
Recall the equation for the gradient of a line is as follows
rise
run
change in y
change in x
gradient = m
We
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Week 1 Lecture 2
TOPIC 1
Mathematical Preliminaries
INEQUALITIES
Inequalities
John Smiths market stall
We saw last lecture that his workers can only make a maximum of 225
tracksuit pants per week. We can therefore ex