Calculus Mind Map

3.4 Velocity and other rates of change
Motion along a line
Relationship between graphs
of and the graph of their
Sensitivity to change
Derivatives in Economics
3.1 Derivative of a Function
Definition of a derivative
Graphing Derivative from Data
Onesided derivatives
1.2 Functions & Graphs
Domain & Range
Viewing & Intrepreting Graphs
Even & Odd Functions
Piecewise Functions
Absolute Value Function
Composite Functions
1.3 Exponential Functions
Exponential Growth & Decay
The Number e
Chapter 1
1.1 Lines
Parallel Lines
Perpendicular lines
Finding Inverse Functions
Equations of Lines
1.5 Functions & Logarithms
Onetoone functions
Inverse Functions
Logarithmic Functions
Properties of Logarithms
1.6 Trigonometric Functions
Graphs of Trigonometric
Peroid of trigonometric functions
Even & Odd Trig Functions
Transformations of Trig Functions
Inverse Trig functions
1.4 Parametric Equations
Lines & Other Curves
Chapter 3
3.2 Differentiablity
Derivatives might not exist
differentiability implies
local linearity
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Differentiability implies
Intermediate Value
Theorem for Derivatives
3.3 Rules for Differentiation
Postive integer powers,
multiples, sums, and
Products and quotients
Derivative of the Sine Function
Negative integer powers of x
Second and higher order
3.5 derivatives of trig functions
Derivative of the Cosine
Simple Harmonic Motion
Derivatives of other
Trig Functions
3.6 Chain Rule
Derivative of a Composite Function
Outsidein rule
Repeated use of the chain rule
Slopes of parametric curves
Power chain rule
New node
New node
3.7 Implicit Differentiation
Implicitly defined functions
Lenses, Tangents and
Normal lines
Derivatives of higher order
Rational Powers of
Differentiable functions
3.8 Derivaties of
Inverse trig functions
Derivatives of inverse functions
Derivatives of the arcsin
Derivative of the arctangent
Derivative of the arcsecant
Derivatives of the other three
3.9 Derivaties of
Exponential & Logarithmic
Derivative of e^x
Derivative of a^x
Derivative of ln (x)
Derivative of log (x)
Power rule for arbitrary
real powers
Chapter 2
2.1 Rates of Change and Limits
Average and Intantaneous Speed
Definition of a limit
Properties of Limits
Limit Examples
One sided and two sided limits
Sandwich Theorem
2.2 Limits involving infinity
Direct Substitution Property
Finite Limts
More Sandwichs
Infinte Limits
End Behavior models
Seeing Limits
2.3 Continuity
Continuity at a point
Continuous Functions
Algebraic Combinations
Intermediate Value Theorm
for continuous functions
2.4 Rates of Change
and Tanget Lines
Tanget to a Curve
Slope of a Curve
Normal to a Curve
Speed Revisited
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