Jeffrey W
2/22/2016 10:11:49 pm
Sandwich Theorem
Abigail Chase
2/24/2016 01:26:37 pm
2.1
Shreyas Mohan
2/24/2016 06:53:19 pm
Onesided and Twosided Limits:
Abigail Chase
2/25/2016 05:47:09 pm
A continuous function is a function whose outputs vary continuously with the inputs and do not ump from one value to another without taking on the values in between. (2.3)
Rachel Willy
2/25/2016 06:09:19 pm
The Intermediate Value Theorem states that if f is continuous on a closed integral [a,b] and c is between f(a) and f(b) then there is at least one number x in the interval [a,b] such that f(x) = c. Don't forget the function must be a closed and continuous interval!!
Jeffrey W
2/25/2016 08:20:03 pm
The slope of a curve y=f(x) at the point (a, f(a)):
Shreyas Mohan
2/25/2016 08:52:12 pm
Mean Value Theorem:
Ananth Putcha
2/25/2016 10:05:32 pm
Average rate of change:
Herven
3/7/2016 10:22:24 pm
Average rate of change is also f(b)f(a)/ba
Paige Eber
3/21/2016 05:56:03 pm
Example!
Christopher Glenn
2/25/2016 10:12:27 pm
The line x = a is a vertical asymptote of a function if the limit as x approaches (a) from the left or right equals positive or negative infinity.
Elise T
3/4/2016 05:37:32 pm
In terms of asymptotes, the line y=b is a horizontal asymptote of a function if either lim(x→∞)(f(x))=b or lim(x→∞)(f(x))=b.
Elise T
3/4/2016 05:23:21 pm
Say lim(x→c) of f(x)=L and lim(x→c) of g(x)=M
Herven Barham
3/4/2016 11:20:45 pm
Chapter 2 Review Problem #6
Herven Barham
3/4/2016 11:31:49 pm
Chapter 2 Review Problem #8
Brandon C
3/7/2016 09:33:01 pm
Instead of doing this, you can also use L' Hopital's Rule.
Tanmayi K
3/8/2016 05:36:01 am
To find the tangent line of a curve at a specific point you must:
Herven
3/9/2016 10:58:22 pm
Chapter 2 Review Problems #43
Herven S Barham
3/10/2016 10:59:08 pm
Chapter 2 Review #45 For large values of x, behaviors can be modeled using simpler versions of complicated functions. If we call the simple function g(x) and the complicated original function f(x), to accurately portray end behaviors the limits as x approaches both positive and negative infinity of f(x) / g(x) must equal 1
Elise T
3/15/2016 12:08:58 am
Here are properties of continuous functions:
Paige Eber
3/17/2016 06:08:30 pm
2.1 #10
Paige Eber
3/18/2016 03:18:45 pm
2.1 #21
Michelle H
3/18/2016 11:33:22 pm
3 steps to solving limits:
Kavya Anjur
3/21/2016 10:17:57 pm
2.4 #4
Jeffrey W
3/22/2016 09:40:41 pm
Section 2, #27
Shawn Park
3/22/2016 11:02:04 pm
2.1 #5
Rumi Venkatesh
3/23/2016 10:22:09 pm
Continuity of functions at endpoints
Jeffrey W
3/23/2016 11:16:59 pm
Section 2, #37
Brandon C
3/24/2016 08:11:00 am
Chapter 2 Review #8
Jeffrey W
3/24/2016 11:25:43 pm
Section 3, #12
Rachel Willy
3/27/2016 07:52:12 pm
Page 91 #7
Tanmayi K
3/27/2016 09:27:59 pm
2.1 #17
Jeffrey W
3/27/2016 11:45:07 pm
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