Calculus 1, Week 4 Notes
Calculus 1, Week 4 Notes 21-111
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1.1 Continued If f and g are even: o f+g is even o f-g is even o f*g is even o f/g is even If f and g are odd: o f+g is odd o f-g is odd o f*g is even o f/g is even If f is even and g is odd: o f+g is neither o f-g is neither o f*g is odd o f/g is odd Section 1.2 Linear function: y=mx+b To describe a linear function, you need: m=slope=rateof change=2−y1=∆ y=tanθ o x2−x1 ∆ x b=y−intercept(wherex=0) o Ex. f (x)=x m=slope=1=tanθ π θ=45°= 4 rad b=0 , y∫ ¿(0,0)
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