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Mathematics 223 Spring 2008 Differentiation and Integration Rules Differentiation Rules De nition The derivative of a function f at a number 017 denoted by f a is M h i M 7 i f a 13 h if this limit exists OR 1 hm M e 1 man 35 7 a Constant Multiple dimcfm cfm Power Rule x nmn l Sum Rule 1 d 1 9M He 9 Product Rule 10 gt gltzgtgtfltzgtg ltxgtgltzgtwltzgt 11 m m m 7 m m Quotient Rule gt g f 915 9 Chain Rule If gm7 then F z f gz g m Trigonometric Functions d7 sinm cosz cosz isinm dtltgti M d we 2ltgt dm anzisecz dm 00x7 cscz d d a secm secm tanz a cscz 7 cscz cotz Exponentials ekm k5 am am lna Logarithms d 1 E 10ga xlna dm In g Inverse Trigonometric Functions d sin 1 1 cos 1 71 i m 7 i m 7 dm 17 0h xlimz d 1 1 1 71 7 t 7 t dm an 1 m2 m CO 1 m2 d sec 1 1 d csc 1 71 7 m i m 01 xv m2 7 1 01 xv m2 7 1 Integration Rules cfz dz cfzdz fzgzdzfz dzgz dz cdzczC nl m dmn10 ny il ldmlnlml0 z Exponentials Trigonometric Functions cosz dz 7 sinz C sinz dz 7 7 cosz 0 sec2zdz tanz C csc2z dz 7 cotz C secz tanz dz 7 secz C cscz cotz dz 7 7 cscz o tanz dz 7 ln secml C cotzdz 7 ln sinml o secz dz 7 ln secz tanzl c cscz dz 7 ln cscz 7 cotml c Inverse Trigonometric Functions 1 idzsin lm 0 Vlim2 1 7 71 Wdz7tan mC dz sec 1z C The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Suppose f is continuous on 11 l lfgx alt7 then gm 2 f x dz Fb 7 Fm7 where F is any antiderivative of 1 that is7 F f Techniques of Integration Substitution If u gz is a differentiable function Whose range is an interval I and f is continuous on I7 then mmmhwz mw Example Find f xlfwdz Solution Let u 1 7 4z2 Then du 78zdz7 so 7 du zdz Therefore z d lld iz77 iu m 8 1 7gui du Integration by Parts mfmmm7fmmmw udvuU7Udu Example Find fzsinz dz Solution Let u z and dv sinz dz Then du 1dz and v 7 cosz Therefore zsinz dz z7cosz77cosz1dz 7z cosz cosz dz 7z cosz sinz C Trigonometric Integrals Form sinmz cos zdz a If the power of cosine is odd n 2k 17 save one cosine and use cos2z 1 7 sin2z to express the remaining factors in terms of sine sinm cos2k1z dz s1nmzcos2zk cosz dz won 7 sin2zkcosz dz SID Then do substitution with u sinz b If the power of sine is odd m 2k 1 17 save one sine and use sin2z 1 7 cos2 to express the remaining factors in terms of cosine sin2k1z cos zdz sin2zk cos z sinz dz 17 cos2zk cos z sinz dz Then do substitution with u cosz c If the powers of both sine and cosine are even7 use the half angle identities sin2z17 cos2z cos2z 1 cos2z Form tanmz sec z dz a If the power of secant is even 71 2k7 save a factor of sec2z and use sec2z 1 tan2z to express the remaining factors in terms of tangent tanmz sec2kz dz tanmzsec2zk 1sec2z dz tanmz1 tan2zk 1 sec2z dz Then do substitution with u tanz b If the power of tangent is odd m 2k 17 save a factor of secz tanz and use tan2z sec2z 7 1 to express the remaining factors in terms of secant tan2k1z secnzdz tan2zksec 1z secztanz dz sec2z 7 1k sec 1z secz tanz dz Then do substitution with u secz Example ftan3 z sec3 z dz Solution Since the power of tangent is odd we save a factor of secz tanz and use tan2z sec2z 71 So we have tan3z sec3z dz tan2ztanzseczsec2z dz sec2z 7 1sec2ztanzsecz dz Letting u secz we get du secztanz dz So 7 145 7 us C 7 1 5lt gt 1 3lt gt C 7 5 sec x 3 sec x Trigonometric Substitution Expression Substitution Identity a2 7 z2 x asin0 17 sin20 cos20 xaz z2 z atan0 1 tan20 se020 2 7 a2 z asec0 se020 7 1 tan20 Example Find f 7 dm Solution Let x 3sin0 Then dz 3cos0 10 Therefore V97de 7 x979sin20 2 9sin20 917sin20 9sin20 L993cos0d0 3 cos0 10 3 cos0 d0 9 sin2 3 cos0 79 8111209 3cos0 d0 cs02071d0 7cot0 70C Drawing triangles and using that sin0 we nd that cot0 V 97M Therefore 1 g 2 g 2 23 1357 3 7sin71lt gt0 m m 3 Partial Fractions You are inspecting f dz where Pm and Qm are polynomials STEP 1 If the degree of Pm is greater than or equal to the degree of c2z7 do long division to get SQ g g where the degree of Rm is less than the degree of Case I Qm is a product of distinct linear factors 011 b1a2m 2 akm l bk Decompose into P A A A 90 i 1 2 H V k t 011 1 012 2 akz bk Case ll Qm is a product of linear factors7 some of which are repeated Suppose a linear factor akz bk is repeated r times In the decomposition you need A1 A2 AT mm bk mm My m akz my Case 111 Qm contains irreducible quadratic factors7 none of which are repeated Suppose a quadratic factor azz bx 1 appears In the decomposition you need Case lV Qm contains a repeated irreducible quadratic factors Suppose a quadratic factor azz bx c is repeated r times In the decomposition you need 141 B1 142 B2 147 By am2bzc am2bzc2 H39am2bzc739 Example 1 dz Solution First doing long diVision we get that 322232 z 29712 mlg3 Then Az73Bz4 1 Lettingz3weget7B 1 so B Letting z 74 we get 77A 17 so A Therefore 2x3z2712x1 2 1 1 1 1 d if 7 d 0 z2x712 3 0 7m47m73 3 m2 1 1 2 iiiilnlz4llnlzi3l0 z m fwis Consider 2 7 4 1 1 1 1 5 7 F1116 ln1 lt0 y 1114 1M 2 4146 1114 7 1113 1 4 2 1 E 2mlt gt Example dz Solution Consider A BmC DmEi m41 g x2 1 m2 12 7 zm2 1 Then Ax2 12 Bx Czx2 1Dm m4 1 Letting z 07 we get that A 1 Then Am4 2x21Bx4Bm2Cm3CmDm2Emm41 Looking at the coefficient of 3 we nd that C 0 Looking at the coefficient of 4 we get AB 17 so B 0 Then looking at the coef cient of 2 we get 2A B D 2 D 07 so D 72 Lastly7 looking at the coefficient of x we have C E 07 so E 0 Then m41 d 1 2m d z 7 7 7 z mm2 12 m x2 12 Letting u 2 1 we have du 2zdm Thus 2m 1 de du Therefore Rules of Exponents a a 7a 1 a 77 all m a 7 Liam y ay Rules of Logarithms

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