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## Math 129 Midterm 1 Study Guide

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# Math 129 Midterm 1 Study Guide Math 129

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A summary of everything we have learned so far in class A list of equations you'll want to have for the test
COURSE
Calculus II for Engineers and Scientists
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Takahiro Sakai
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Study Guide
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3
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Midterm 1 Study Guide ● Inverse functions (One-to-one) ○ A function has an inverse function if it passes the vertical and horizontal line test ○ Domain and range are switched ○ Reflect across y=x ● Differentiation ○ The ​derivative is the instantaneous slope/​ rate of change/change of rate of a function ○ Differentiation rules ○ Use to find extrema ■ Extrema exist where the first derivative is zero ○ Extreme Value Theorem ■ If the function is continuous and differentiable on a closed interval, it has global extrema ○ Fermat Theorem ■ If local extrema and the first derivative at a point x=C exist, then f’(c) = 0 at the extrema ○ Mean Value Theorem ■ See equation ○ Analyze whether the function is increasing/decreasing and concave up/concave down ■ Increasing when f’(x)>0 ■ Decreasing when f’(x)<0 ■ Concave up when f’’(x)>0 ■ Concave down when f’’(x)<0 ● Inverse Trigonometric Functions ○ Trig functions are only one-to-one on certain intervals π π ■ Sin: − ≤2x ≤ 2 ■ Cos: 0 ≤ x ≤ π π π ■ Tan: − ≤2x ≤ 2 ○ Remember that domain and range are switched for inverses ● Integration ○ Compute ​the area below a function’s curve ○ Integration Rules ○ Methods ■ Integral Approximation ● Riemann Sums (Right Point, Left Point, Mid Point) ● Error Calculations (See equations) ■ U-Substitution ■ Integration By Parts ■ Partial Fractions ○ Special Integral Scenarios ■ Powers of trig functions ■ Square roots in denominator that can be manipulated into trig functions ○ Evaluation Theorem ○ Fundamental Theorem of Calculus ○ Improper Integrals ■ When the function is not continuous or the limits of integration cannot be evaluated ● Set a dummy variable for the integral and take the limit ● If the limit exists, it is convergent at that point ● If the limit does not exist, it is divergent ■ Power Theorem ■ Comparison Test ○ Calculating area between two curves ■ Find the difference ● Hyperbolic Functions ○ Identities ○ Inverses ● L’Hospital’s Rule ○ When your limit produces an indeterminate quotient, you take the derivative of the numerator and denominator until it can be determined ■ Know what is indeterminate ■ Indeterminate product ● Manipulate into quotient ■ Indeterminate difference ● Manipulate into product ■ Indeterminate powers ● Take the natural log then use e^answer MATH 129 Midterm 1 Equations (f(x) •g(x)) ′= f (x)g(x) +f(x)g (x)  cos (x) = (12+cos(2x)) MV T :  f (c) = f(b−af(a) sin (x) = (1− cos(2x)) 2 (sin (x)) ′= 1   √1−x 2 ∫tan(x)dx = ln|sec(x)| + C   (cos  (x)) ′= −1 √1−x 2   ∫sec(x)dx = ln|sec(x)+ tan(x)| + C −1   (tan  (x)) ′= 1 2 1+x  M =NΔx f(x )[ + 1(x )+ ...2+ f(x     N ] b f avg = 1 ∫ f(x)dx) b−a a T N Δ2 [ f(x1)+ 2f(x )2+...  + 2f(x N−1 ) +f(x )n ] x −x sinh(x) = e  −e  Approx Error  =  |approximation − exact|  2 e  +e−x k(b−a)3 cosh(x) = 2 Error Trapezoidal ≤ 12n 2 3 cosh(x) ′ = sinh(x)  Error Middle  ≤ k(b−2) 24n sinh(x) ′= cosh(x)  2 2 cosh (x)− sinh (x) = 1      ∫udv = uv− vdu∫

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