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• Derivatives Derivative Applications Limits Integrals Integral Applications Integral Approximation Series ODE Multivariable Calculus Laplace Transform Taylor/Maclaurin Series Fourier Series. Functions. Line Equations Functions Arithmetic & Comp. Conic Sections Transformation. Matrices & Vectors.
• How to Find Derivative of Function. If f is a real-valued function and ‘a’ is any point in its domain for which f is defined then f (x) is said to be differentiable at the point x=a if the derivative f' (a) exists at every point in its domain. It is given by. f ′ ( a) = lim h → 0 f ( a + h) − f ( a) h. Given that this limit exists and ...
• In this chapter we introduce Derivatives. We cover the standard derivatives formulas including the product rule, quotient rule and chain rule as well as derivatives of polynomials, roots, trig functions, inverse trig functions, hyperbolic functions, exponential functions and logarithm functions. We also cover implicit differentiation, related rates, higher order derivatives and logarithmic ...
• The Second Derivative Of tan^2x. To calculate the second derivative of a function, differentiate the first derivative. From above, we found that the first derivative of tan^2x = 2tan(x)sec 2 (x). So to find the second derivative of tan^2x, we need to differentiate 2tan(x)sec 2 (x).. We can use the product and chain rules, and then simplify to find the derivative of 2tan(x)sec 2 (x) is 4sec 2 ...
• For the function given by $$f(x)=x-x^2$$, use the limit definition of the derivative to compute $$f'(2)$$. In addition, discuss the meaning of this value and draw a labeled graph that supports your explanation.