FALL 2013
Quiz 0n Derivatives
MATH 1041
Department of Mathematics
Temple University
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Biceps/Triceps:
Superset 1 and 2
1. Incline Dumbell Curl
Set 1: 15 reps lower weight
Set 2: 10 reps increase weight
Set 3: 5 reps max weight to muscle failure, drop-set 50% as many as possible
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Lecture 9
Monday, September 19, 2016
1:23 PM
2.5 Continued
: f must be continuous in closed interval [a,b]
: f(a) does not equal f(b)
Conclusion: for every point in between f(a) & f(b) there is a C
Lecture 3
Friday, September 2, 2016
1:12 PM
2.2 Continued
Asymptotes
Are lines
A line to which graph of f is getting close to when we move away from origin
In general graph can touch asymptote? (ho
Lecture 10
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
1:18 PM
2.6 Continued
(+/-)Infinity/(+/-)infinity Type : when taking limit at infinity
Quotient Function
Work:
Look at highest powered x in the denominator
Lecture 6
Monday, September 12, 2016
1:20 PM
2.4 Continued
Definition: Given any real number epsilon > 0, we can find a real number delta > 0 (delta depends
on epsilon) such that if |x - a| < delta t
Lecture 8
Friday, September 16, 2016
1:19 PM
If f is continuous then every y-value between f(a) & f(b) is in the graph
Let f(x) be continuous on [a,b], let f(a) & f(b) are different. For every N suc
Lecture 2
Monday, August 29, 2016
4:42 PM
P(a, f(a) & Q(x, f(x) be points on a curve y = f(x)
1. Slope of secant line PQ: mpq = (f(x) - f(a)/(x-a)
2. Slope of tangent line to the curve at P: m = lim(
Lecture 4
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
1:15 PM
Quiz on Friday 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
2.3 continued
0/0 type indeterminate form
0/3 = 0 (Zero/Non-Zero = zero)
Laws are applicable
3/0 (May be infinite) -> che
Lecture 7
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
1:24 PM
2.5 continued
Continued at a: justification Lim(x -> a) f(x) = f(a)
Work:
: f(a) = ?
Lim)=(x -> a) f(x) = ?
Continued at Lim(x -> a) f(x) = f(a)
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Lecture 5
Friday, September 9, 2016
1:20 PM
The Squeeze Theorem (Sandwich Theorem or Pinch Theorem)
Let f(x), g(x), & h(x) be defined in a open interval containing 'a' but not possibly at 'a'.
If th
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14pt 1. The graph of a function f (x) is shown at right below.
Part I. State the value of each limit. If a limit is infinite, state whether it is or . If a limit
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