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School of Economics and Finance University of St.Andrews
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Lecture Mathematics 53 - Lecture 3.2 provides knowledge the mean value theorem and relative extrema. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: The mean value theorem, critical numbers, increasing/decreasing functions, the first derivative test for relative extrema.
In lecture Mathematics 53 - Lecture 3.2 you will review how the second derivative of a function is related to the shape of its graph and how that information can be used to classify relative extreme values. This chapter presents the following content: Concavity and points of inflection, the second derivative test, graphing polynomials.
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Lecture Mathematics 53: Lecture 1.0 reweview of functions. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Functions, basic types of functions, constructing a table of signs, operations on functions, piecewise-defined functions, functions as mathematical models.
Lecture Mathematics 53 - Lecture 1.1 provides knowledge of the limit of a function and one-sided limits. This chapter presents the following content: Limit of a function: An intuitive approach, limit theorems, one-sided limits.
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