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Calculus I

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Calculus I MATH 1431

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Date Created: 09/19/15
1 LGCture 17Sections 5154 Integration J iwen He Area and De nite Integral y A Sections 51 85 52 Area and De nite Integral b Area of Q 2 dCL De nite Integral and Lower Upper Sums y y Q192 Q3 9n ax0 X1X2 x3 xnb x area of shaded region is a lower sum forf gtltv area of shaded region is an upper sum forf Area of Q 2 Area of 21 Area of 22 o o o Area of n LfP mlAcrl mgAcvg o o o mnAacn b LfP g f dCL S UfP for all partitions P of a b Example ff 962 dyc y J 1 g 2 3 x 122 3 A Upper sum Lower sum 1 9 1 45 LfP i 15 41 g m 5625 9 1 1 Ufa Z5 4 91 x 12125 3 LfP lt 132dac 33 13 m 8667 g Ufa 1 Lower Upper Sums and Riemann Sums V I I I I I I I I I I l I X17 I 7C2 I 3C3v X4 F 10 X1 x2 A3 x4 395 6 7 A8 5P ffIJTArIJ1 ffIJ AJJ2 ffIJZAfL39n LfP g SP g UfP for all partitions P of Ia b 2 dz 2 1 Example f SltPgt flt gtlt gt 1133 12 lt1 m 8563 LfP m 5625 Ufa x 12125 3 1 26 x2d 33 13 m 8667 1 3 3 b LfP g SP fxdx g UfP De nite Integral as the Limit of Riemann Sums Theorem 1 b x dx lllgillrgo fiA1 l fA2 fAn 2 Sections 53 amp 54 De nite Integral and An tiderivative De nite Integral and Antiderivative a H J b Fx area from a to x and Fx h area from a to x h Therefore Fx h Fx 2 area from x to x h 2fx h if h is small and Fxh Fx 5 fx 2 h h fa Theorem 2 Let Fm E m dt Then F f for all x in a b Example for r1752 dt 3 1 Sketch the graph of 0 1 t2 dt y A X 1 2 F 12 gt07 122 SigHOfFquot 0 behavior of graph concave o concave u p T down point of inflection 1 1 t2 dt tan1 5v Note that o Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus Theorem 3 In general f1dx Fb Fm where is an antiderivative 0f Function Antiderivative xrl xquot r a rational number 7E l r l sinx cos x cos x sin x S602 x tan x sec x tan x sec x c502 x cot x cscx cot x csc x Example J13 x2 dx Evaluate x2 dx 1 fx x2 mlw 26 Area of the shaded region Ifo dx Step 139 Get an antiderivative for fz 12 Fz zg Step 21 312d1 F3 7 F1 1 3 1 3726 gc 71 7 3 12 gt 0 gt 12 dz area of the shaded region 1 Example 7r2 Evaluate sin 1 dm 42 2 2 smz dz Step 139 Get an antiderivative for m 7 5m Fm 7 7 0053 Step 239 12 5mm 7 mm 7 F77r2 774mm 7 MOSH2 0 7r2 sinz y 0 gt sinzdz is not an area 42 Further Properties of Integral Calculus Theorem 4 1 AbfzgzdzAbfzdzzbgzdz 2 Abafzdzaabfzdz 5 Ab dzAcfzdzzbfzdz 4 Iff 29 on m then Ab zwzzabng Examllnles Examp es 5 Evaluate 1 ll 2176z45dz 0 2 4 z ldx 1 z 3 Algi fdz 7r4 4 secz2 tan175seczdz 0 Lecture 2 Sectmn 2 2 ommnn n1 mun Sectmn 2 3 Same mun Thenvems 2W He Wm M WM WW M mm quotA iivlavamim22 m L n nhkmgihehm io Khan Izsxzvvrmzhst mg m mn evwha ev 39 sda vad 21 z m m MW 1 s dam were a m on mm Miners 5 themusthzt 39 mg on when x 5 quotan m 39x z mm m a 39 w cm 9390 calyx 013 my Usememphwwm 2M5 ragga og39m dumx mewphmlmim 2W3 MMX aggxm dumx em 0 Wu g Wu h mm H m m zsm Useihe w m 39 m n mm b hm m d W o A a a mu Momma KhmrlxL m Immaa Weszyihzi Ly x 7 L Nuveazh 5 gt u 0972963 2 gtEI mm NEIlt X 4a 09quot WW Section 22 r Defrnltlon of Limit Examles Four Basic Limits Choice of 6 Depending on the Choice of e ylk m2 lt f L L61 I 7 Li 6 T 1 bel 4 i i l I l I c 6 x1 0 x2c6 3 H Jiwen He University of Houston Math 1431 Section 24076 Lecture 2 August 28 2008 9 22 Section 22 y L 6 L1 L EK J v C lt 5 lt J6 3 C C C 63 2C 61C i 51 2C63 Which of the 639s works for the given 6 a 51 b 52 c 53 Jiwen He University of Houston Math 1431 Section 24075 Lecture 2 August 28 2008 10 22 Section 22 For which of the 6 s given does the specified 6 work a 61 b 62 C 63 Jiwen He University of Houston Math 1431 Section 24076 Lecture 2 August 28 2008 11 22 5mm hm2xr he Latsgt Wezho gumm n Dlt x72 ltamp than Maya w W m 5m Mith 73x m 5 gt n We mm gk u m wuq 44nd 097v K2434 a 9wsz x2 Latsgt mam lt xr ltamp ihen 4Q a 5m m m Latsgt Wezhmazwmm lt a then u 44 Shawnaka k Latsgt Weanzmoseznynumbev5gt suzhimi ulth Ra than Vim Section 22 W 39 BasicLimitIirn r X gtC 2 5 fx 6 Show that for C gt 0 2 26 Iim E X gtC Hmf2 xa4 Let 6 gt 0 We choose 6 minc e such that ifOltix cilt6 then i Eilte Jiwen He University of Houston Math 1431 Section 24076 Lecture 2 August 28 22008 17 22 4 m and max m Mm 39x x Aquot 39lt n o m m Hm zmqmm alw z x za m x x m m Ax u hm m and mm m am mg 39X my o thw mmm h A 4 m ax u m m mm s u 41mm m not w m hm i miy may quot H591 m m z w x in be a WWW m1 5 be W quotmquot mquot I m m Ame 2 72x73 24 42 724 73 z 2 Magma MEI577EI22EIBB

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