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This text helps you succeed in applied calculus by using clear explanations, real-life examples, and up-to-date technology. Real-life applications-such as satellite radio subscriptions, Google's revenue, job outsourcing, and the effects of smoking bans-are drawn from the areas of business and the behavioral, life, and social sciences. Portfolio profiles give you a firsthand look at how real-world professionals use applied calculus in their work. You can also take advantage of extensive online support to enhance your learning, including video instruction and interactive tutorials that walk you step by step through examples and problems in the text.
Table of Contents
|Precalculus Review I|
|Precalculus Review II|
|The Cartesian Coordinate System|
|Functions, Limits, And The Derivative|
|Functions and Their Graphs|
|The Algebra of Functions|
|Functions and Mathematical Models|
|One-Sided Limits and Continuity|
|Basic Rules of Differentiation|
|The Product and Quotient Rules|
|The Chain Rule|
|Marginal Functions in Economics|
|Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates|
|Applications Of The Derivative|
|Applications of the First Derivative|
|Applications of the Second Derivative|
|Exponential And Logarithmic Functions|
|Differentiation of Exponential Functions|
|Differentiation of Logarithmic Functions|
|Exponential Functions as Mathematical Models|
|Antiderivatives and the Rules of Integration|
|Integration by Substitution|
|Area and the Definite Integral|
|The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus|
|Evaluating Definite Integrals|
|Area Between Two Curves|
|Applications of the Definite Integral to Business and Economics|
|Volumes of Solids of Revolution|
|Additional Topics In Integration|
|Integration by Parts|
|Integration Using Tables of Integrals|
|Calculus Of Several Variables|
|Functions of Several Variables|
|Maxima and Minima of Functions of Several Variables|
|The Method of Least Squares|
|Constrained Maxima and Minima and the Method of Lagrange Multipliers|
|Applications of Double Integrals|
|Separation of Variables|
|Applications of Separable Differential Equations|
|Approximate Solutions of Differential Equations|
|Probability And Calculus|
|Probability Distributions of Random Variables|
|Expected Value and Standard Deviation|
|Taylor Polynomials And Infinite Series|
|Series with Positive Terms|
|Power Series and Taylor Series|
|More on Taylor Series|
|The Newton-Raphson Method|
|Measurement of Angles|
|The Trigonometric Functions|
|Differentiation of Trigonometric Functions|
|Integration of Trigonometric Functions|
|The Inverse of a Function|
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