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## Exam 3 Study Guid MAC2311

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# Exam 3 Study Guid MAC2311 MAC2311

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Hey everyone! I am putting up a brand new study guide for MAC2311 Exam 3 for Fall 2015. The study guide covers lectures 23-32 and is truly very helpful! Make sure to check it out!
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MAC2311 EXAM 3 REVIEW LECTURES 23-31 Things to consider for the exam:  Lecture 23: Extreme Values Extreme Value o What are Extreme Values?  RTheoremTheorem is a way of proving the  Points on a graph f(x) in which there is a point f Mean Value Theorem If  All the Mean Value x= c that has a maximum or minimum closed Theorem is saying is that the slope of the o What is Absolute Max or Absolute Min? Intervatangent line is equal f to the slope of the  An absolute max occurs at x=c if has both a max and f (c)≥ f (x) secfc) line f(d). min t Steps for using  An absolute min occurs at x=c if Rolle’s theorem on  Function is f (c)≤ f (x) continuouseck that all the conditions o Conditions for which extreme exist apply for Lecture 25: First Derivative T est Local Extreme Rolle’s  Every continuous function on a closed interval Theorem  Increasing ahas a min and max. o Plug in each of o If f'x >0onaninterval ,then (x)isincreasing  Also called Relative  Continuous functions on an open interval may Extreme the endpoints o If or may not have a max or minisdecreasing into the  Max and Min on an  When determining whether cannot ocf (x)his increasing or OPEN INTERVALion to see if decreasing, follow these steps fa = f (b) o Always use the domaFinding Local Extremenction f (x) o Find the f(c)=0∨ f (c)DNE derivative of  Find wheo TaLecture 24: Mean Valuee the original o Find critical numbers f function. Theoremst bo Set up a number line (I know you don’t want to but o Then find you should!) using the critical numbers and any critical  CritRolle’s Theorem Mean Value  Local Extreme are found on an open intervalaTheoremhe original numbers. If a  f is continuous on critical  Absolut o Choose random numbers in betwenHas the following number is in o At aof the number line the domain  fo Plug them into the first derivative to find the slope f (c) and all other o At the sm'llest (min) or largest (max) oaluef Is conditions are oa,On a closed intervaltive, then the function is true, than  f a)= f (b) continuous on Rolle’s decreasing [a,b] Theorem  Theo Ifs af '(x)ris positive, then the fuoction Is (a,b) such that f(c)=0 applies to that increasing differentiable function. FiSimplifiedl Extreme using the First Derivation (a,b)  Questions might ask Testo There are points in  The is a number c in you to use MVT to which the graph−atc ,then f(cisalocalmax verify that at a point o If the interval (a,b) in time that the pasf changes¿−¿+atc ,then fc isNo max or average velocity is Lecture 26: The Shape of a f’>0 Graph f’<0  Concavity o f x ) is differentiable on (a,b), f’’>0 then the function expresses concavity in the following ways o 1. f is concave up on (a,b) if f ' is increasing (curve lies above tangent line) f’’<0 o 2. f is concave down on (a,b) if f ' is decreasing (the curve lies below its tangent lines)  Test for Concavity Conditions for L’Hopital’s Rule f '' o Assume that exists on (a,b)  The limit must be indeterminate f'(x)>0  Applies to one sided limits and limits at o If for all x on (a,b), then f is concave up infinity f'(x)<0  Can be determined by indeterminate o If for all x on (a,b), ¿∞¿ then f is concave down products. aka if the limit is (0 Second Derivative Test  If the limit is indeterminate differences ( f '' ∞−∞¿  Suppose that is continuous near c ' ' ' o If f(c)=0∧ f (c<0 then f (c) is a local max and concave down L’ Hopital’s Rule Uses definition of the derivative to find the limit of indeterminate forms.  First Identify if the limit is 0∨ ∞ indeterminate, 0 ∞  Take the limit (plug in value given)  If indeterminate, then use L’Hopital’s Rule  Take the derivative of the top and bottom so that lim f (x=lim f '(x) x→a g(x) x→a g'(x)  L’Hopital’s Rule is the limit Lecture 28: Graph Sketching f (x) Use to find  Domain  x-intercepts: y=0  y-intercepts: x=0  symmetry about the x or y axis  asymptotes o Vertical asymptotes as the denominator =0 ax o Horizontal asymptotes bxm n<m then y=0 a n=m then b n>m then no horizontal asymptote ' Use f(x) to find  Critical numbers in domain of original f o (horizontal tangents, vertical tangents/cusps)  Increasing/ decreasing  Local extreme Use f ''(x)to find  Concavity  Points of inflection Helpful Hints  Make sure to sketch number lines before graphing  Check your derivatives  Check your signs  Find critical points for extreme when graphing  Do NOT plug in a point for every part of the graph. It will wastes time and you are only looking for the basic shapes and Antidifferentiation Lecture 29: Optimization Problems Function Formulas General To Solve an Optimization Problem c f(x) antiderivative 1. Read the problem carefully to determine f (x) ∓g(x) CF (x+C the quantity Q that you are trying to n F 'x)∓G' (x)+C optimize, and the conditions involved. x (n≠−1) 2. Draw a sketch if possible and assign symbols to known and unknown quantities 1 x n+1 n+1 3. Find the function representing the quantity x to be optimized (Q): the Primary Function ( Object Function) ex ln(x)+C 4. If necessary, find an equation relating the x variables involved (the Constraint) and sin(x) e +C write the primary function as the function cos(x) −cosx+C of a single variable. 5. Use calculus to find the desired max or sec x sinx min and check results. (You can use the first or second derivative test, or the tanx+C extreme value theorem if the domain is a secxtanx closed interval. csc x secx+c Use the First derivative test for the Absolute −cotx+C Extreme Values cscxcotx Lecture 30: Antiderivatives Suppose that f (x) = 3x+7. How do you find f x ? Things You Should Know! Lecture 31 Areas  F (x)istheantiderivative o(xf) HowFt(x)isequal¿ f(x)soFt(x)= fix) that lies under the curve y= f(x)¿ a¿b   The antiderivative is also called an integral Area under a curve  An integral sign looks like this: ∫ f( )dx lim Rn Defie The indefinite (or general) Integral is ∫ f( )dx=F x( ) wherHelpful Hinttantives f x =F'(x) ¿lim ∆ x[ f x +…+ f x ]he integral of a function, you muAlways remember to add a constant C n→∞ ( Particular Solutions f (x) 's(t=position whenwoIf the grapheneral is below the x-axis,  Find f(x)if f(x=some function∧ f a =b antiderivative! It applF(x)to all general  Left endpoints 're representetime antiderivative questions includingcreasing and where a=xvat)=s (t=velocityodistance vis versa (above=positive)  Integrand Midpoints are M n Rectilinearf (x)on and EconoF '(x)  Get general solution  If =0 then =0 (tangent  Plug in a for all x’s and set it equal to slope of F is 0) the approximation of the areadistance2 f (x) constant b n→∞  If the slope of is positive then  Solve for Curve. Thus  Plug in solved C into general solution to Riemann Sum  Riemann Sum is the sum of rectangles that approximate the area under a curve from a to b x2 f( 1+ f ¿+…+ f x( i+ f x ( n ]for some function f (x)  Formula b−a  Let R n be the sum of the areas of n rectangles with width ∆ x n→ ∞ n ∆ x b−a  is n let i bethe¿ endpoint of i rectangles wheretheheight of therectangles  is f (i ) Continue of Riemann Sum Summation Notation  Riemann Sum is an approximation of the area under the curve  It is defined by the summation notation Summation notation is used to write sums in compact form n n n→ ∞i=1f( i∆ x ∑ ai=am+a m+1+…+a n−1+an i=m where∆xcanbebefore∨afterthesummationnotation  n is the number of rectangle/endpoint  m is the number you are starting from  When the question asks to find the exact area of  examplef (x) from given a to b using Riemann Sum: 4 ∑ i =1 +2 +3 +4 3 o Write down given formula above i=1 o Solve for ∆ x o Solve for xi o Plug in ∆ x∧x i into given formula fx ) f( i xi f x) o Plug in for where represents all x’s in  When question asks what area is represented by a given Riemann Sum o Locate ∆ x∧x i in the given Riemann Sum o Determine the a and b to identify the interval Lecture 32: The Definite Integral  If f is defined on a ≤x≤b , divide [a,b] into n subintervals of equal width ∆ x= b−a o n  The Riemann Sum as the limit of n approaches infinity is equal to the Definite Integral!! b n ∫a f(x)dx=n→∞ i=1f (i )∆x b  Notation ∫ fx dx a  Integral sign ∫❑ To Evaluate definite Integrals Helpful Hints  Integrand fx ) using Sums  Integration: process of finding the integral  If the graph is a perfectly n n geometric figure, you can ∑ ca ic ∑ ai Definite Integral and Area actually just find the area using i=1f(x)dx=signed area=Areaabovexaxis−areabelowxaxis ¿ the measurements that the b graph gives you. For example, ∫ ¿ the graph creates a triangle on n n n a 1 a ∓b = a ∓ b a to b. Use the formula i=1 i i ∑i=1i i=1 i 2 bh=A to find the area.  Remember that Areas are not negative but the total signed n ∑ c=cn area can be negative if i=1 for 1 −A2  c is a constant and n is a positive integer  There are others but theses you Properties of Integrals

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