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## MATH 1760-003

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# MATH 1760-003 Math 1760

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Susan Vayo
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Date Created: 08/30/16
Derivative Rules: f(x+h − f (x) lim Definition: h→0 h d Notation: Derivative = y’ = f’(x) = dx f(x) = [f(x)]’ d d 1. dx c)=0 dx (7) = 0 d d 3 3 −1 n n-1 4 4 2. dx ( x ) = n x dx ( x ) = 4 x d ∙ ∙ d 5 ∙ 4 3. dx (a f(x)) = a f'(x) dx (3x ) = 3 5x = 15x 4 d ± ± d 3 4. dx [ f(x) g(x)] = f’(x) g’(x) dx (2x + 4x) = 6x + 4 f(x)∙g(x) 5. d ] = f’(x) ∙ g(x) + f(x) ∙ g’(x) dx¿ d [3x (4x + 1)] = 6x(4x + 1) + 3x (4) = 36x + 6x 2 dx d f (x) f (x)∙gx − f2(x)∙g’(x) d 2 x+5 6. dx [ g(x) ] = (g(x)) dx [ 7 x−3 ] = 2(7x−3 −(2x+5)(7) (7x−3 )2 7. Chain Rule: y = (fοg)(x) y’ = f’[g(x)] ∙ g(x) 5 4 y = (3x +8) y’ = 5(3x +8) (3) 8. Trigonometric Functions: d d (a) dx (sin x) = cos x (d) dx (cot x) = - csc x2 d d (b) dx (cos x) = - sin x (e) dx (sec x) = sec x tan x d d (c) (tan x) = sec x 2 (f) dx dx (csc x) = - csc x cot x 9. Exponential Functions: d du d (a) dx (e ) = e u ∙ dx dx (e ) = e 2x ∙ 2 d u u ∙ du ∙ d (b) dx (a ) = a dx ln a dx 4x 4x ∙ ∙ (3 ) = 3 4 ln 3 10. Logarithmic Functions: d 1 du (a) (ln u) = ∙ dx u dx d 1 (ln (3x – 2x) = 3 ∙ (9x -2) dx 3x −2x d log u 1 ∙ du ∙ 1 (b) dx ( a ) = u dx lna lo5 2x d 1 ∙ 1 ¿ ) = 2 x (2) ln5 dx 11. Inverse Trigonometric Functions: d sin u 1 ∙ du (a) dx ( ) = √1−u 2 dx sin y = u d 1 du cos u 2 ∙ (b) dx ( ) = - √ 1−u dx d 1 du d (c) dx (tan u) = 1+u2 ∙dx dx (tan -1 1 3x ) = 1+9x 4 ∙ (6x) Derivative of an inverse function: 1 dy dx d -1 1 dx = or dx (f (x)) = f ( f( )) dy y = sin x-1 → sin y = x dx cos y = dy U 1 u uuuu x uu u √ 1−x2 1 1 dy 1 dy ∙ dx = cosy = √1−x 2 or in general dx = √1−u 2 du dx when y = sin u -1 Y = sin 4x y’ = (cos 4x)4= 4 cos 4x 2 2 2 2 2 Y = tan 3x y’ =( sec 3x )6x = 6x sec 3x 3 3 3 e x ex ex Y = (sec 2x) y’ = (sec 2x)’ + (sec 2x)( )’ x Y’ = (sec 2x tan 2x)(2 ¿e + (sec 2x) ex3 2 (3x ) F’(x) = 2x 4 F(x) = ?

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