Unit II - Derivatives
Date: _
Lesson #5: The Quotient Rule
L.G.: I can differentiate a rational function using the quotient rule.
The Quotient Rule
Given a rational function defined by
the first deriv
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Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
Math 209Calculus III
Fall 2017 Common Course Outline
INSTRUCTORS
Name
F. Goncalves
Lecture
EA1
E. Osmanagic
EB1
X. Chen
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Math209,Fall2017
DueDatesforEWAandWrittenAssignments
September
September
Monday
18
25
October
2
October
9
Thanksgiving
16
October
October
Oct./Nov.
23
Midt.onOct.28
30
November
6
November
November
13
Math 209, Fall 2017
Assignment 1
Due: Friday, September 22, 23:55
Show your work / explain your reasoning! - Unsupported intermediate or final
answers may result in lost marks.
1. Find and sketch the
Unit 6: Curve Sketching
Date: _
Lesson#1: Increasing & Decreasing Functions
L.G.: I can determine the intervals of increase and decrease of a function by examining its first derivative.
Intervals of I
Unit II - Derivatives
Date: _
Lesson #1: Finding the Instantaneous Rates of Change by First Principles
L.G.: I can determine the instantaneous rate of change of a function by first principles and prov
Unit I: Intro to Calculus
Date:_
Lesson #1: Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change
L.G.: I can calculate the average and instantaneous rate of change of a function and interpret these values
as the
Unit II - Derivatives
Date: _
Lesson #2: Derivatives of Functions Short Cuts - The Power Rule
L.G. : I can determine and justify the derivative of a function by applying the Power Rule.
Recall the Der
Unit VI: Curve Sketching
Date: _
Lesson #2: Maximum and Minimum Values
L.G.: I can determine the absolute and local max/min values of a function using the first derivative.
Critical numbers and Critic
Unit I: Intro to Calculus
Date: _
Lesson 2: The Limiting of a Function
L.G. : I can determine the limit of a function using appropriate techniques.
Definition of a Limit
What happens to the value of a
Unit II - Derivatives
Date: _
Lesson #3: The Chain Rule
L.G.: I can identify composite functions and differentiate them using the chain rule.
Recall: Composite Functions
2 x 1 determine the following:
Unit I: Intro to Calculus
Date: _
Lesson #3: Properties of Limits
L.G.: I can use the properties of limits to determine the limit of composite functions.
Side Note Radical Expressions
Often times in m
Curve Sketching
Date: _
Lesson #3: Analyzing Concavity (Curvature)
L.G.: I can determine the concavity (curvature) of the graph of a function by analyzing the second derivative.
Definition of Concavit
A6 Course Syllabus Engineering 299 Fall 2016
Orientation to Engineering Cooperative Education
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