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Calculus for Business - Week 1, Lecture 1

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Calculus for Business - Week 1, Lecture 1 MATH022

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Basic overview and introduction to calculus.
Calculus for Business
Mike Curtis
Class Notes
Functions/Graphs, Inverse/CompositeFunctions, DifferenceQuotient
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Date Created: 09/25/16
Syllabus  This class is 9A and 9B = lots of homework  Mike Curtis, c​  Office Hours: Tue 9:40­11:30 a.m., Wed 9­10 am, Thur 9:40­10:30 a.m. Pierce 2231 (or 2438)  Grading:   Midterm 1 = 20% R 10/20/16  Midterm 2 = 20% T 11/15/16  HW = 5% WebAssign  Discussion = 20% (Quiz or Worksheet)  Final Exam = 35% 12/8/16 8­11 a.m.    No calculators allowed at all, even on tests,  The teacher kinda sucks, so make sure to enforce and do not procrastinate = B+ average  historically oh no = 5 sections a week (15 lectures)    Friday note due dates for homework  Make sure to have good time­management  SI (is a student, looks korean) = additional help, study groups, extra information        1.2 Functions & Graphs (No vocab quizzes)    A relation is a function if each input has exactly one output  The domain of a function is the set of inputs that make sense (x points)  The range of a function is the set of outputs for a specific domain (y points)  A graphs is a function if it passes the vertical line test. That is no vertical line touches the graph  in more than one point    Price (x­axis), x ≥ 0 No negative price  Quantity (y­axis), y ≥ 0 No negative quantity    If square root, find inside function set function i.e. x ≥ 0    1.4 Functions    Can plug function into function  f(g(x)) is composite function or (f∘g)(x)    1.5 Inverse Functions  F and g are inverses of each other if  1) f(g(x)) = x   2) g(f(x)) = x  To find an inverse f​  (x): ­1​ 1) Write ‘y=’ instead of ‘f(x)’  2) Switch x & y  3) Solve for y   ­1 ​ 4) Write ‘f​ (x) =’ instead of ‘y=’    1.5 Slope    m = (f(x+h) ­ f(x))/(x+h­x) x is usually Δx = difference quotient or 1st Principle of Derivatives         


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