There are a couple ways in telling which function is linear. Anything in the
formula of y=mx+b is considered a linear function. When looking at a table,
a linear function will have a constant difference. For example, if the
independent value increases by
3/28/15
Precal
Mod 4
SLP
Calculus is the study of change: velocity, growth rate, slope and methods where
we describe how one quantity changes with respect to another. Throughout this course
and in calculus there are two main divisions: the differential ca
3/23/2015
Precal
Mod 4
SLP
Now let's suppose that a Price Waterhouse consultant decides to work for you for free.
This consultant tells you that you have it all wrong, the price you charge should be $1 per cup.
Also, he tells you that your revenue will be
2/16/15
Pre-calculus
SLP1
Mod 1
Number of Lemonade Cups Sold at Various Prices
250
Cups Sold
200
150
S = -101.09X + 256
100
50
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
Price Charged per Cup ($)
S= -101.09X + 256 where X is the price charged per cup and S is the number of cu
3/26/2015
Precal
Mod 5
Case
Answer the questions below showing all pertinent work:
1.Find the derivatives for the following functions. (Ignore the difference in font. These equations
were written using a special utility, MathType 5.)
a.f(X)=100e10x
f(x)=(
2/25/15
Precalculus
Mod 2
Case
1. Find the derivative of the following functions:
a. f(X) = 8X + 20
f(x)=8
b. f(X) = 200001
f(x)=0
c. f(X) = X2 + 2X + 15
=
f(x)=2x+2
d. f(X) = 567 - 2X
f(x)=-2
2. Find the derivatives of the following functions:
a. f(X) =
2/16/15
Pre-calculus
Mod 1
Case 1
Take the function f(X) = (2X-1)/X
What does this function equal when X = 0, X = 2, and
X =7 ?
F(0)=[2(0)-1]/0=undefined
F(2)=[2(2)-1]/2=(4-1)/2=1.5
F(7)=[2(7)-1]/7=(14-1)/7=1.86
b.
How about when X =200, X = 1700, and X =
3/1/15
Pre-calculus
Module 2
SLP
Create a function to determine how much revenue you will make
at each price you charge. This is done by multiplying the price times
your function. For example if your function is Cups Sold = 1000 100*Price, your revenue fu
3/6/15
Precalculus
Mod 3
Case 3
Use the Product Rule to find the derivatives of the following
functions:
a.
f(X) = (1- X3)*(1 10X)
10?33?2(10?+1)+10
-40x3-3x2+10
b.
f(X) = (7X + X-1)*(3X + X2)
f(X) = (7X + X-1)*(3+2x) + (7-x2)(3x+x2)
=21x+14x2+3x-1+2+21x+
4/23/2015
PreCal
Mod 6
Essay
When I started this course I was a bit nervous, just because I didnt want to fail even
though I knew a lot of the material. This course helped me brush up on my skills and actually
helped me understand this subject a little be
3/23/15
Mod 4
Case
Answer the questions below showing all:
1. Find the indefinite integral for the following functions:
a. f(X) = 10000
f(x)dx=10,000x+c
b. f(X) = 20X
f(x)dx=10x2+c
c. f(X) = 1- X2
f(x)dx=xd. f(X) = 5X + X-2
f(
e. f(X) = 12- 2X
f(x)dx=12x-
Michael Moeun
3/14/2015
Precalculus
Mod 3
SLP
The assignment instructions are as follows:
A.Write a function for your profits for each price you charge. This is
done by multiplying (P-.5) times your function from Module 1. I.e. if
your function is Cups So