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Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Name:
Jonathon Poe
Part I Limits
The limit of a function is a way to see the value that the function approaches as a variable in that
function gets close to but not necessarily e
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
As we have seen, using to find a derivative each time is a long process and often cumbersome.
But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding derivatives. T
Math 260 Week 1 Lab
Name:
Part I - Directions: For each category of problem type you are provided several problem
questions and the correct answer. Look at the example questions and answers you are
pr
Math 260 - Week 7 Lab
Name:
Category 1: Area Under a Curve Part II
Recall from Lab 6:
0 < , if f(x) is integrable and above the x-axis on [a,b].
That is, all areas are positive unless the area is bene
Name
Part 1: Given the picture below answer the following questions:
1) The graph above is for the function. If you did not have the picture to look at but
wanted to sketch it what points on the graph
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
f ( x +h ) f ( x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
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h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding derivatives.
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
Jonathon Poe
f ( x +h )f (x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
h
h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding de
Math 260 - Week 3 Lab
Name:
In calculus, much effort is devoted to determining the behavior of the graph of a function over an
interval on the Cartesian Plane.
Finding x & y intercepts, asymptotes, in
MATH260Week 6 Lab
Name:
Adebayo Adeniyi,
Antiderivatives
According to the first part of the fundamental theorem of calculus, the antiderivative reverses the derivative.
If f(x) is a derivative, F(x) i
Name: Michael Shaw
Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Part I Limits
The limit of a function is a way to see the value that the function approaches as a variable in that
function gets close to but not necessarily e
Math 260 Week 2 Lab
Name_Linneth Freire_
Directions: For each category of problem type you are provided several problem
questions and the correct answer. Look at the example questions and answers you
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
f ( x +h ) f ( x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
h
h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding derivatives.
Math 260 - Week 7 Lab
Name:
Shelley Adkins
Category 1: Area Under a Curve Part II
Recall from Lab 6:
0 < , if f(x) is integrable and above the x-axis on [a,b].
That is, all areas are positive unless t
Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Name:
Nirfana Elshahawi
Part I Limits
The limit of a function is a way to see the value that the function approaches as a variable in that
function gets close to but not necessar
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
f ( x +h )f (x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
h
h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding derivatives. Th
Math 260 Week 2 Lab
Name:
Directions: For each category of problem type you are provided several problem
questions and the correct answer. Look at the example questions and answers you are
provided an
Name: Samuel Swapp
Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Part I Limits
The limit of a function is a way to see the value that the function approaches as a variable in that
function gets close to but not necessarily e
Week 6 Lab
Name
Part 1 Directions: For each category see if you can devise the rule(s) that was used
to find the antiderivative/indefinite integral and then use it to find the
antiderivative/indefinit
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
Shelley Adkins
As we have seen, using to find a derivative each time is a long process and often cumbersome.
But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding
Math 260 - Week 5 Lab
Name:
Shelley Adkins
Category 1: Derivatives of exponentials: eu
Directions: Look at the examples below then answer questions 1.
f(x) = ex
f (x) = ex
f(x) = e5x
f (x) = 5e5x
1.)
Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Name: Shelley Adkins
Part I Limits
The four ways we have looked at to find the limit of a function are 1.) direct evaluation/substitution,
2.) simplification followed by direct e
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Math 260 -Week 3 Lab Name: Todd Saladyga i/ g) l l
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In calculus, much effort is devoted to determining the behavior of the graph of a function over an
interval on the Cartesian
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
Jonathon Poe
f ( x +h )f (x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
h
h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a fewalgorithms that work perfectly for finding der
MATH260Week 4 Lab
Name:
Todd Saladyga
Part I: The Trig Derivatives
Although the derivative of each trig function can be found by using trig identities and the formula
f ( x+ h)f ( x )
lim
, it is far
MATH260Week 4 Lab
Name:
Part I: The Trig Derivatives
Although the derivative of each trig function can be found by using trig identities and the formula
f ( x+h)f ( x)
lim
, it is far simpler to memor
Math 270
Name Adebayo Mike Adeniyi, _
Lab #1
While the integral fills an area with an infinite number of rectangles and sums the areas to get
an exact area under a curve, there are many methods for fi
Math 260 - Week 1 Lab
Name:
Part I Limits
The limit of a function is a way to see the value that the function approaches as a variable in that
function gets close to but not necessarily equal to some
Math 260 - Week 2 Lab
Name:
f ( x +h ) f ( x )
to find a derivative each time is a long process and
h
h0
often cumbersome. But, there are a few algorithms that work perfectly for finding derivatives.
Math 260 - Week 3 Lab
Name:
In calculus, much effort is devoted to determining the behavior of the graph of a function over an
interval on the Cartesian Plane.
Finding x & y intercepts, asymptotes, in
MATH260Week 4 Lab
Name:
ert
Part I: The Trig Derivatives
Although the derivative of each trig function can be found by using trig identities and the formula
f ( x+h)f ( x)
lim
, it is far simpler to m