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Review, Problem 7 Prove that ( ) 0 ( ()()) () n nnkk k n **fxgx** f xg x k − = = where, as usual, f(k)(x) is the kth derivative of f(x). Proof: Whenn=1theformula is just the product rule for derivatives:

DERIVATIVE RULES d ()xnnxn1 dx = − ()sin cos d x x dx = ()cos sin d x x dx =− d ()aax ln x dx =⋅a ()tan sec2 d x x dx = ()cot csc2 d x x dx =− ()() () () d f xgx **fxgx** gx fx

Chapter 8 Indeterminate Forms and Improper Integrals 122 since cosxsinx is positive and tends to zero.. We leave it to the reader to verify that the limit from the

Calculus Concepts Name: Product/Quotient Rule Worksheet Date: Product Rule: (() () '() '()) d **fxgx** fxg x gxf x dx =+ Quotient Rule:

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**fxgx** hxfx fxfx gxhxfx += = == == == _____ ____ 2. The graphs of f and g are given. Use them to evaluate each limit, if it exists. If the limit does not exist, explain why. ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) () () () () () 21 01 21 3 alimblim climdlim elimflim3 xx xx xx fxgxfxgx fx **fxgx** gx xfxfx

1.3 Evaluating Limits Analytically Calculus A Strategy for Finding Limits If a limit cannot be found using direct substitution, then we will use the following theorem and some other

**fxgx** dx fx xgx x **fxgx** x fx xgx x **fxgx** fx xgx fx xgx x f xxgx x fxxgx fx xgx **fxgx** x fx xgx x fx xgx fx xgx **fxgx** xx gx x gx fx x

**fxgx** fxg x gxf x dx =+ Integrating both sides of the equation gives: ∫∫ ...

**fxgx**! + d) ()() 1 lim x **fxgx**! e) () 1() lim x fx gx f) (()) 1 lim x gfx! g) () 1() lim x gx!fx h) () 1() lim x gx!+fx i) () 1() lim x gx "!fx. 131 5. The graph of the derivative of f is shown below. a) Sketch f". b) Use the graphs to estimate lim'() x fx!" and lim"() x fx!".

f xhgxh **fxgx**) **fxgx** → h ′= ++− The key is to subtract and add a term: f ()(xhgx+ ). You need to know to do this to make any progress. Doing this, we get the following: () 0 ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) () () lim h f xhgx h fxhgx fxhgx **fxgx**

**fxgx** dx h fxhgxhfxhgxfxgxfxhgx h fxhgxh gx gxfxh fx h gxh gx fxh fx fx gx **fxgx** hh ...

... f iigx **fxgx**=; ( / )() ()/ (), 0fgx fx gx gx= ...

Chapter 10 187 Product rules lim x!c [**fxgx** ] D [lim x!c fx ][lim x!c gx ] lim x!C1[**fxgx** ] D [lim x!C1 fx ][lim x!C1 gx ] Quotient rules lim x!c fx gx D lim x!c fx lim

... xgx **fxgx**±= ±'' '() (f ()xgx f xgx **fxgx**⋅= +)''( )() ()'( ) () ()() () 2 f x f xgx f xg x gx g x ...

**fxgx** x ba f ta t b g ta t b t fta tbt gta tb t Ef a f b rr Eg a g b r r ...

1 Section 2 Integration by Parts The Derivation of the Integration by Parts Formula The technique of integration by parts comes from the formula for the derivative of a product:

http://regentsprep.org Regents Practice Test 2 Algebra 2 Trigonometry Part II: Show work on separate paper. 28. Find the roots of x2 + 7 = 2x and express the roots in a + bi form.

• Note 1 ( ) b a ∫ fxdx § The symbol ∫ was introduced by Leibniz and is called an integral sign. It is an elongated S and was chosen because an integral is a limit of sums.

f xgx **fxgx** dx So, fx x x'( ) 2(3) 3(1) 0 20 = 63x2. Title: Objective: Find the derivative of a function using the Sum and Difference Rules Author: HMCO Created Date:

3 2 1 fx x x() 3 ( 2 1) x Quotient Rule: 2 () () () dfx gxfx **fxgx** dx g x gx The derivative of the quotient of two functions is the bottom function times the derivative

1.5 Infinite Limits Calculus Theorem 1.15 Properties of Infinite Limits Let c and L be real numbers and let f and g be functions such that lim and lim()

Derivative Rules You Should Know! Derivative of a constant: ()0 d c dx = Rule for a constant multiple: []() d cfx cf x dx ⋅=⋅′ Derivative of a sum or difference:[]

Calculus Challenge Problem #3 Due by the end of the day on Wednesday, October 29 One important theorem at this point in the course is known as the product rule.

... (f iigx **fxgx**=; ) Domains:: ) ( / )() ()/ (), 0. fgx fx gx gx = ...

1 sinclair community college dayton, ohio department syllabus for course in mat 9202 – bridge course to calculus ii (1 credit hour) 1. course description: plan to offer: fall 2012 and spring 2013 only.

1 Math 10A Midterm 2 Review Session Time: 7:00pm-8:00pm Date: Feb. 27th, 2008 Location: Center 216 The exam will consist of approximately 5 complete answer questions (10 points each).

LIMITS AND CONTINUITY #1 For questions 1 and 2, use the graph of the functions f and g below. 1. Evaluate each of the following limits: y (a) ()

2 A. Ivi¶c exceeding x), we have the classical formula (see e.g., eq. (2.1.5) of E.C. Titchmarsh [12]) (3) ‡(s) s = ¡ Z +1 0 **fxgx**¡1¡s dx = ¡ Z +1 0 f1=xgxs¡1 dx;

**fxgx** fx gx cfxc fx **fxgx** fx gx fx fx gx gx gx fx ...

... = **fxgx** 1 jx2Gg: Exercise 1. Let Gbe any group, and let x;g 1;g 2;:::;g n 2G. Show that for any n, the conjugate of g 1g 2 g n by xis the product of the conjugates by xof g 1;g 2;:::;g n. Exercise 2. Let Gbe an Abelian group.

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d fxg( ) ( ) x( ) ( ) ( ) ( )**fxgx** dx g=+′′gg Quotient Rule ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )( ) 2 d f xgxf **fxgx** dxgx gx ...

• The derivative of expression in functional form (fgx(( )), **fxgx**( ) ( ), etc.) where the functions ...

MATH 600: ABSTRACT ALGEBRA (L. WASHINGTON) EXAM #1, OCTOBER 20, 1994 1. Let G be a nite group and let g 2 G. Let S = **fxgx** 1jx 2 Gg. Show that jSj

f xgx **fxgx** dx += + Ex. 42 42 3 (3) = x + 3x 46 d xx dx dd dx dx xx + =+ 5. General Power Rule [ ( )] [ ( )] · '( )rr1 d f xrfx fx dx = ...

**fxgx** xdx =+ +=+ So, the derivative of a sum is the sum of the separate derivatives. The derivative of a difference is the difference of the derivatives. Examples: Given (fx), Rewrite f if necessary Find dy dx; Find fx'(); Find (()) d fx dx 1.(fxxx)=22 +−73 (()) d fx

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**fxgx** xf xgx xfxg x s fgfgfg = ′ =+ + =+ + ...