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Chapter 1.5 Lecture Notes

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Chapter 1.5 Lecture Notes STAT 1102 - 003

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Comprehensive notes and explanations of all lecture notes taken in class for C1.1. This is Ron Kershner's class for Quantitative Methods for Business II.
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Date Created: 09/26/15
C15 Differentiation Techniques Derivatives are functions How do we write them dy Y or f x or dx These are all different ways to write the same thing Trigger words for finding derivatives quotRate of Change quotSlope of a tangent line Rules for Determining Derivatives 1 Power rule Y xk K any positive negative or fractional number To take the derivative pull K down from the exponent and make it the coefficient to x then subtract 1 from K YK 4 Examples Basic functions Yx2 Y 2x2391 Y 2x1 Y 2x Radical functions Y x Turn radicals into rational functions Y x turns into y x12 Now take the derivative Y 12 X1 1 Y 12 x39 2 Y 12x Fraction derivatives Y lx Put x in numerator Y x391 Use power rule Y 1 x39l391 Y 1x392 Y 1x2 Derivative of a Constant Y 10 Y 0 Remember that a derivative is the slope and y equal to a constant means the line is horizontal Horizontal lines do not have slopes Derivative of a Constant times a Function Gx cfx gt ddx gx c ddx fx The derivative of a constant times a function is the constant number times the derivative of the function Example Y 10x2 Y 10 2x2391 Y 10 2x Y 20x Derivative of a Sum or Difference derivative of fx the derivative of gx Example ddx5x3 7 ddx5x3 ddx7 ddx 53x3391 ddx0 ddx 15x2 0 The derivative of 5x3 7 15x2 Slopes of Tangent Lines The slope of a tangent line of fx at x a IS the derivative of fx evaluated at x a Example Fx x3 6x2 at x 6 ddx 3x3391 ddx 6 2x2391 ddx 3x2 12x plug in 6 to find slope of tangent line at x 6 362 126 312 72 36 72 36 The slope of tangent line at x 6 of Fx x3 6x2 is 36


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