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## Math 103, week 6 notes

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# Math 103, week 6 notes MATH 103 001

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These notes cover material from chapters 3.6-3.8, from Thomas' Calculus
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Intermediate Algebra Part III
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William Simmons
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Math 103—Week 6 Notes—3.6­3.8 3.6: The Chain Rule: When differentiating a composite function, find the derivative of the outside function first,  keeping the original inside function(s), and then multiply by the derivative of the inside  function(s)   Composite functions: f   g = f(g(x))  y= f (u) u=g(x) Derivative:  f '(g(x))∙g'(x) In other terms… dy dy du = ∙ dx du dx Ex: Find the derivative of  y=(3x +1) 2 2 y= f (u)=u u=g (x=3x +1 f '(u)∙g'(x) 2u∙6x ¿2 3x +1 )∙6x 3 ¿36x +12x Ex: 2 x Find the derivative of  sin(x +e )  with respect to x (¿x +e )=cos? (x +e )∙(2x+e )x d sin¿ dx 3.7: Implicit Differentiation: Implicit Differentiation is used when differentiating a function with x and y, where it is difficult or impossible to manipulate it into a y=x  form  2 2 2 Examples:    y −x=0       x +y =25   dy 1. Differentiate both sides of the equation with respect to x. The derivative of y dx   or y' . 2. Collect the terms with  dy  on one side of the equation and solve for dy . dx dx dy 2 2 Ex: Find  dx  of  x +y =25 x (¿¿2) dy 2 dy dy + dx (y = dx (25 ) ¿ dx dy 2x+2y dx =0   dy 2y dx =−2x    dy =x dx y dy Ex: Find   of  y =x +sin ( xy¿ dx 2y y=2x+cos (xy)(xy +y) ' ' 2y y−cos (xy xy =2x+cos (xy)y xy )x 2y−cos¿=2x+cos (xy)y y'¿ ' 2x+ycos (xy) y = 2y−xcos xy( ) **To find the second derivative, follow normal derivative rules to differentiate the first  derivative ( y'' ¿ , and then plug in the first derivative into thy'  values of the second  derivative  Normal line: Line perpendicular to the tangent line of a point (take negative reciprocal of the  derivative to find the slope of the normal line)  3 3 Ex: Show that the point (2,4) lies on the curvex +y −9xy=0 . Then find the tangent and  normal lines to the curve. To show the point lies on the curve, plug in the point into x and y: 2 +4 −9 (2)(4)=0  Find derivative: 3x +3y y −9(xy +y)=0 2 ' ' 2 3y y −9x y =−3x +9y y'3y −9x =−3x +9y 2 y =−3x +9y 3y −9x 2 ' 3y−x y = 2 y −3x Plug in point into the derivative to find the tangent slope: ' 3(4)−(2) 2 y = 2 (4) −3(2) ' 4 y = 5 4 12 4= ( )+b;b= 5 5 4 12 Tangent line:  y= x+ 5 5 Find normal line slope: −5 m= 4 −5 13 4= ( )b;b= 4 2 −5 13 Normal line:  y= x+ 4 2 3.8: Derivatives of Inverse Functions and Logarithms: f The Derivative Rule for Inverses:  (¿¿−1)'(x)= 1 f '( f1( )) ¿ −1 Ex:  f(x)=x −2 ,  x>0 . Find  d f  at  x=6= f (2). dx f (¿¿−1)'(6)= 1 f '( f ( ) ¿ ' 2 (f)=3x f−1 6 =2 f 2 ¿ ¿ ¿2 3¿ (¿¿−1)'(6)= 1 ¿ ¿ Derivative of the Natural Log Function: d lnu= 1 du dx x dx Ex: Find  d ln(x +3) dx 1 2x 2 •2x= 2 x +3 x +3 u Derivative of  a : d u u du dx a =a lna dx Derivative of  logau : d 1 du log a= dx ulna dx n nlnx ** x =e ln x =nlnx x Ex: Differentiate  f (x)=x ** x =e xlnx f (x)= d (exln) dx ¿exlnx xlnx) dx xlnx 1 ¿e (nx+x• x) x ¿x (lnx+1) e as a Limit: x 1+¿ ¿ ¿ e=lim ¿ x→ 0

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