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# MTH 132 Week 5 Lecture Notes Calculus 1 MTH 132

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These are the lectures 11,12 and 13 for calculus 1 week 5.
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Calculus 1
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Z. Zhou
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Date Created: 10/02/16
MTH 132 - Lecture 12 - Position Functions Summary ● s(t) - position function ● v(t) - s’(t) ● a(t) - v’(t) - s’’(t) ● If velocity and acceleration are the same - speed up. ● If velocity and acceleration are different - slow down. Example ● A ball is thrown upward from the top of a 350 foot building, with the ball's initial velocity 10 foot/second. ● How high can the ball get? ○ s(t) = 350 + 10t -16t^2 ○ T1 = highest point = s’(t) = 10 - 32t = 0 ○ T11 = 10/32 = 5/16. ○ 350+10(5/16)-16(5/16)^2 ○ 350 +25/16 = highest point. ● When does the ball hit the ground? ○ Let s(t) = 0. ○ 350 + 10t - 16t^2 = 175 +5t - 8t^2 √ ○ T = (-5 + or - 25 −*4 17* − 8 )/2*-8 = 5 seconds ● Velocity when the ball hit the ground? ○ 10-32*5 ○ 10- 160 ○ -150 ft/sec MTH 132 - Lecture 11 - Rate of Change Velocity ● s(t) = position of a particle ● s’(t) = limit h as it approaches 0 [s(t+h)-s(t)]/h ○ s’(t) = rate of change of position ● Instantaneous velocity = v(t) Direction ● v’(t) > 0 ○ Movement in a positive direction ● v’(t) < 0 ○ Movement in a negative direction Acceleration ● v’(t) = [v(t+h)-v(t)]/h ○ v’(t) = a(t) = Acceleration Speed ● a(t) > 0 and v(t) > 0 ○ Speed up ● a(t) < 0 and v(t) > 0 ○ Slow down ● If a(t) ≠ v(t) ○ Slow down Jerk ● a’(t) = jerk = third derivative of speed Derivative writing 5 ● Once you go past the fourth derivative, write out a (t) instead of a’’’’’(t). MTH 132 - Lecture 13 - Implicit Derivatives Implicit Differentiation ● F(x,y) = 0 ● Y = y(x) ○ Use chain rule to find y’ Example ● Find the derivative on both sides, think y = y(x), use the chain rule. ● x^3+y^3 = 9xy ● Find the tangent line at (2,4) ● (x^3)’ + (y^3)’ = 9xy ● 3x^2 + 3y^2 *y’ = 9[y+xy’] ● 3y^2*y’- 9xy’ = 9y - 3x^2 ● (3y^2-9x)* y’ = 9y - 3x^2 ● Y’ = (9y-3x^2) / (3y^2-9x) ● y’ = (3y-x^2) / (y^2-3x) ● Plug in points (2,4) ● y’(2) = (3 * 4 - 4 ) / (16 - 3 * 2) = 8/10 = ⅘ ● Tangent line = ○ Y - y0 = m(x-x0) ○ Y - 4 = ⅘(x-2)

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