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Derivative Power Rule

If f

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Derivative exponential rule

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Derivative e Rule

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Derivative Ln Rule

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Derivative Square Root Rule

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Derivative Tangent Rule

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Derivative Sine Rule

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Derivative Cosine Rule

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Derivative Inverse Sine Rule

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Derivative Inverse cos rule

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Derivative Inverse tan rule

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Derivative constant Rule

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Derivative Chain Rule

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Derivative Product Rule

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Derivative Quotient Rule

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Derivative Addition Rule

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Anti-derivative power rule

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Anti-derivative expanded power rule

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Anti-derivative exponential rule

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Anti-derivative expanded exponential rule

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Anti-derivative Ln Rule

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Anti-derivative Ln expanded rule

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Anti-derivative sine rule

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Anti-derivative expanded sin rule

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Anti-derivative cos rule

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Anti-derivative expanded cos rule

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Derivative of inverse f(x)

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Displacement

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Total Distance

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Derivative of an integral

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Differentiable if

continuous, no corner or vertical tangent

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Continuous if

No removable discontinuity, jumps, or vertical asymptotes.

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Limits if x->∞ then

compare terms that add

Factor & divide

Left & Right

L'hopital's rule

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Place in order of growing fastest as x ->∞: x^99, e^x, lnx

lnx, x^99, e^x

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Find the average value of f(x)

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Find the average rate of change

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v(t) is the

rate at which x is changing; tangent slope; instantaneous rate of change

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Average value of f'(x) is the same as

average rate of change

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secant slope is the

average rate of change

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Find the secant slope

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e^(lnA)

A

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lne^A

A

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e^(A+B)

e^Ae^B

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ln12-ln4

ln(12/4)

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f(x) has a critical point when

f'(x)=0 or f'(x)=undefined

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Min-Max Theorem

The absolute Max/Min of f(x) is at the beginning of f(x) at the end of f(x) or at a critical point on f(x)

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f(x) has an inflection point when

f(x) changes concavity, OR f'(x) changes I to D or D to I or when f"(x) changes sign

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L'Hopitals Rule

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The limit exists if

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Area of a semicircle

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Solve an Equation

Find value which makes equation true OR graph both halves of equation & find intersection

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The particular solution y=B(t) of a differential equation dB/dt=1/5(100-B) with initial condition B(0)=20 what would you use?

Use SACI

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SACI

Separate, Anti Differentiate, Constant-tate, Isolate

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Speed is increasing when

v(t) and a(t) are the same sign

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Approximate the instant rate of change by:

calculating the average rate of change

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Approximate the tangent slope by:

calculating the nearest secant slope

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When the in rate is E(t) and the out rate is L(t) what is the equation for the rate?

A'(t)=E(t)-L(t)

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Solve an anti-derivative

Rule 2. u substitution 3. Algebra trick

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Average rate of change of velocity is the same as

average acceleration

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average rate of change of position is the same as

average velocity

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secant slope is the same as

average rate of change of f(x)

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secant slope or average roc or f(x)

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average roc of x(t) or average velocity

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average roc of v(t) or average acceleration

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speed

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F'(x)=

f(x)

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anti-derivative of f(x)

F(x)

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anti-derivative of f'(x)

f(x)

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integral from a to b of a(t) equals

v(b)-v(a)

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integral from a to b of v(t) equals

x(b)-x(a)

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integral from a to b of f(x) equals

F(b)-F(a)

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integral from a to b of f'(x) equals

f(b)-f(a)

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integral of a rate equals

change in amount

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Mean Value Theorem

If f(x) is continuous and differentiable the "tangent slope at c" = secant slope

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Tangent line formula

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If f(x) is concave down the tangent line is

an OVER approximation

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If f(x) is concave up the tangent line is

an UNDER approximation

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Trapezoidal riemann sum formula

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f'(x)=dy/dx= Formula to find:

Instantaneous rate of change of f(x)

Slope of line tangent to f(x)

Slope of f(x) at a point

Instant rate at which f(x) is changing

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f(x) has relative/local max when

f'(x) changes + to - or when f"(x) changes I to D

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lne^2

2

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lne

1

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lne^0

0

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ln1

0

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ln(1/e)

-1

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lne^(-1)

-1

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ln(1/e^-2)

-2

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rate of change of position

x'(t) or v(t)

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rate of change of velocity

v'(t) or a(t)

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Vertical Tangent when

number/0

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Jump discontinuity when

the left limit is different from the right limit

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Removable discontinuity when

the value is different than the limits on the left and right. Limits must be the same on left and right.

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Horizontal asymptote

the value of the limit as x->infinity

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When given a rate and then asked to find the amount use

Fundamental Theorem

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When given a rate that includes the output variable and then asked to find the amount use

SACI

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f has an inflection point when

f changes concavity

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f has a relative or local max when

f changes from increasing to decreasing

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f has a relative extrema when

f changes from I to D or D to I or when f' changes + to - or - to +

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f has a critical point when

the slope of f is 0 or undefined or when f' has a y-coord. of 0 or und

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tangent slope means

instantaneous rate of change

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