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## Math 103, week 2 notes

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# Math 103, week 2 notes MATH 103 001

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These notes cover sections 1.5-2.2 from Thomas' Calculus
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Intermediate Algebra Part III
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William Simmons
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Math 103—Week 2 Notes—1.5­2.2 1.5: Exponential Rules: If a > 0 and b > 0… a • a  = a x+y x a x­y y  = a a (a )  = (a )  = axy a  • b  = (ab)x x a a x x  = ( ) b b Exponential Growth/ Decay: kx y = y 0   exponential growth if k > 0         exponential decay if k < 0         *y  is a constant  0 y = Pe   continuously compounded interest model       P is initial monetary investment      r is interest rate (decimal form)       t is time (in units consistent with r) 1.6: One­to­one function: when each range value (y) has one distinct domain value (x)  Passes the horizontal line test Inverse Functions: ­1 Notation: f (x) f (b) =a if f(a) =b  The domain of f  is the range of f and the range of f is the domain of f **To find and/or graph an inverse function, switch x and y values in the original function  Ex:  1 Find the inverse of y =  x + 1 2 1 x =  y + 1 2 2x = y + 2 y = 2x – 2 Logarithmic Functions: y = log a is the inverse of y = a  (a > 0, a ≠ 1) y = ln x is the inverse of y = e x log 10= logx  log e = lnx ln e = 1 Algebraic Properties: lnbx = lnb + lnx  Product rule b ln  = lnb – ln x  Quotient rule x 1 ln  = ­lnx  Reciprocal rule  x lnx  = rlnx  Power rule Inverse Properties: alog  = x (a > 0, a ≠ 1, x > 0) a x log a  = x (a > 0, a ≠ 1, x > 0) e  = x (x > 0)  x lne  = x (x > 0) a  = e (lna = exlna lnx log a =   (a > 0, a ≠ 1)   lna Inverse Trig Functions:     −π π y = sin x is the number in [ ,  ] for which sin y = x 2 2 y = cos x is the number in [0,  π ] for which cos y = x 2.1: Average Rate of Change: d/t; distance travelled over time elapsed y 2y 1 f( 2− f (x 1  =  f(x1+h ) f (x 1 (h ≠ 0) x −x = x −x h 2 1 2 1  aka secant slope between the two points  Instantaneous Rate of Change: Rate at a given time  find the average rates of change (secant lines) from a point closer and  closer to the given point  this rate is the slope of the tangent line, which cuts through the given point 2.2: Limits: The y­value a function approaches as the function approaches a given x­value from both sides lim f x )=L x→ c **c= x­value, L= y­value ** L does not necessarily equal f(x) at c Limit Laws: If  lim f x =L  and  lim g(x =M x→ c x→ c lim ( (x)+g (x))L+M x→ c   Sum Rule lim ( (x)−g (x )=L−M x→ c   Difference Rule x→ c( • f(x)=k• L   Constant Multiple Rule x→ c( (x)•g x ))L•M   Product Rule lim f (x)= L  (M ≠ 0)  Quotient Rule x→ cg(x) M lim [ (x)] =L n x→ c  (n is a positive integer)  Power Rule n n x→ c√f (x)= √  (n is a positive integer)  Root Rule Sandwich Theorem: If  g(x ≤ f (x)≤h(x)  in an interval containing c (except possibly at x=c itself) and  If  lim g(x)=lim h (x =L   x→ c x→ c Then  lim f (x)=L x→ c lim sinø=0 ø→0 lim cosø=1 ø→0

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