Calculus for Business - Week 1, Lecture 1
Calculus for Business - Week 1, Lecture 1 MATH022
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by asdg Notetaker on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MATH022 at University of California Riverside taught by Mike Curtis in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Calculus for Business in Mathmatics at University of California Riverside.
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Date Created: 09/25/16
Syllabus This class is 9A and 9B = lots of homework Mike Curtis, c firstname.lastname@example.org 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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