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Mathematics after Calculus. Linear Algebra. Differential Equations. Discrete Mathematics. Study Guide For Chapter 1. Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems. Students should bear in mind that the main purpose of learning calculus is not just knowing how Accompanying the pdf file of this book is a set of Mathematica. be within the capacity of students of average mathematical ability and yet contain all that is In both the Differential and Integral Calculus, examples illustrat-.
If you are sitting MATH, you are allowed to bring your calculator to the exam, not that it will help you. You are presented with 7 questions in the paper. Only the best 5 answers will count. You are encouraged to answer all 7 if you have time, if not, read the questions and pick the 5 questions you can answer best first! The exam is 2 hours long. There is no formula book or formula sheet.
Questions on the concepts of continuity and continuous functions in calculus are presented along with their answers. Show that any function f may be expressed as the sum of an even and an odd functions. Derivative of Even and Odd Functions. Questions, with answers, explanations and proofs, on derivatives of even and odd functions are presented.
Calculus Questions with Answers 1. The uses of the first and second derivative to determine the intervals of increase and decrease of a function, the maximum and minimum points, the interval s of concavity and points of inflections are discussed.
Calculus Questions with Answers 2. The behaviors and properties of functions, first derivatives and second derivatives are studied graphically. Calculus Questions with Answers 3. Approximate graphically the first derivative of a function from its graph. Questions are presented along with solutions. Calculus Questions with Answers 4.
Calculus questions, on differentiable functions, with detailed solutions are presented. We first present two important theorems on differentiable functions that are used to discuss the solutions to the questions. Calculus Questions with Answers 5. Calculus questions, on tangent lines, are presented along with detailed solutions. Questions with detailed solutions on the second theorem of calculus are presented.
Questions on Functions with Solutions. Several questions on functions are presented and their detailed solutions discussed. Questions on Composite Functions with Solutions. Questions on composite functions are presented along with their detailed solutions.
Questions on Concavity and Inflection Points. Questions with detailed solutions on concavity and inflection point of graphs of functions. Derivatives in Calculus: Questions with Solutions. Questions on derivatives of functions are presented and their detailed solutions discussed.
Rashed's conclusion has been contested by other scholars, however, who argue that he could have obtained the result by other methods which do not require the derivative of the function to be known. The key insight, however, that earned them this credit, was the fundamental theorem of calculus relating differentiation and integration: this rendered obsolete most previous methods for computing areas and volumes,  which had not been significantly extended since the time of Ibn al-Haytham Alhazen.
Regarding Fermat's influence, Newton once wrote in a letter that "I had the hint of this method [of fluxions] from Fermat's way of drawing tangents, and by applying it to abstract equations, directly and invertedly, I made it general. Since the 17th century many mathematicians have contributed to the theory of differentiation. In the 19th century, calculus was put on a much more rigorous footing by mathematicians such as Augustin Louis Cauchy — , Bernhard Riemann — , and Karl Weierstrass — It was also during this period that the differentiation was generalized to Euclidean space and the complex plane.
If f is not assumed to be everywhere differentiable, then points at which it fails to be differentiable are also designated critical points.
This is called the second derivative test. An alternative approach, called the first derivative test , involves considering the sign of the f' on each side of the critical point. Taking derivatives and solving for critical points is therefore often a simple way to find local minima or maxima, which can be useful in optimization.
By the extreme value theorem , a continuous function on a closed interval must attain its minimum and maximum values at least once. If the function is differentiable, the minima and maxima can only occur at critical points or endpoints. This also has applications in graph sketching: once the local minima and maxima of a differentiable function have been found, a rough plot of the graph can be obtained from the observation that it will be either increasing or decreasing between critical points.
In higher dimensions , a critical point of a scalar valued function is a point at which the gradient is zero. The second derivative test can still be used to analyse critical points by considering the eigenvalues of the Hessian matrix of second partial derivatives of the function at the critical point.
If all of the eigenvalues are positive, then the point is a local minimum; if all are negative, it is a local maximum.
If there are some positive and some negative eigenvalues, then the critical point is called a " saddle point ", and if none of these cases hold i. Calculus of variations[ edit ] Main article: Calculus of variations One example of an optimization problem is: Find the shortest curve between two points on a surface, assuming that the curve must also lie on the surface.