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Rates of Change

Rates of Change

Rates of Change. Lesson 3.3. Rate of Change. Consider a table of ordered pairs (time, height). Using this data, how could we find the speed (in feet per second) of the sky diver?. Average Rate of Change. Recall formula for slope of a line through two points

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The Black-Scholes Model for Option Pricing

The Black-Scholes Model for Option Pricing

The Black-Scholes Model for Option Pricing. -Meeting-2, 09-05-2007. Introduction. Reference:. Computational Methods for Option Pricing Yves Achdou and Olivier Pironneau SIAM, 2005. Option Pricing: Recap. Types. European American Asian Vanilla & Exotic. Vanilla European Model.

By chaney
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Chapter 3 Introduction to the Derivative Sections 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2

Chapter 3 Introduction to the Derivative Sections 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2

Chapter 3 Introduction to the Derivative Sections 3.5, 3.6, 4.1 and 4.2. Introduction to the Derivative. Average Rate of Change The Derivative. Average Rate of Change. The change of f ( x ) over the interval [ a , b ] is.

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Olympic National Park, Washington

Olympic National Park, Washington

Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2007. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. 4.6: Related Rates. Olympic National Park, Washington. Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2007. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. 4.6: Related Rates. Olympic National Park, Washington.

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Instantaneous Rate of Change

Instantaneous Rate of Change

Instantaneous Rate of Change. Sections 3.1-3.3 Section 4.1. Average Change. Defined equations in terms of their changes e.g., exponential  constant percentage change Will use this concept motivate derivatives. Average Change. Rate of change Difference between two values

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Express the repeating decimal 0.5757... as the ratio of two integers without your calculator.

Express the repeating decimal 0.5757... as the ratio of two integers without your calculator.

Warm-Up. Express the repeating decimal 0.5757... as the ratio of two integers without your calculator. Warm-=Up. x = 0.57. Express the repeating decimal 0.5757... as the ratio of two integers without your calculator. 100x = 57.57. 99x = 57 x = 57/99. What is Calculus?

By king
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A1 – Rates of Change

A1 – Rates of Change

A1 – Rates of Change. IB Math HL&SL - Santowski. (A) Average Rates of Change. Use graphing technology for this investigation (Winplot/Winstat/GDC) PURPOSE  predict the rate at which the world population is changing in 1990 Consider the following data of world population over the years.

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Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics. Phenolphthalein reacting with OH - ion. Rate of reaction =  X /  t . X = Concentration of Phenolphthalein (M) Time (s) 0.0050 0.0 0.0045 10.5 0.0040 22.3 0.0035 35.7 0.0030 51.1 0.0025 69.3 0.0020 91.6 0.0015 120.4

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Review Problems Integration

Review Problems Integration

Review Problems Integration. 1. Find the instantaneous rate of change of the function at x = -2. _. Review Problems Integration. 2. One of these curves is the graph of a function f, another is the graph of f’, and the third is the graph of f”. Which is which?. _ A is f

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Section 2.1 – Average and Instantaneous Velocity

Section 2.1 – Average and Instantaneous Velocity

Section 2.1 – Average and Instantaneous Velocity. VOCABULARY FIRST. AVERAGE Velocity. Slope of the secant line of a position function. INSTANTANEOUS Velocity. Slope of the tangent line Approximated using slope of secant line Found exactly using the first derivative. SPEED.

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§ 1.8

§ 1.8

§ 1.8. The Derivative as a Rate of Change. Section Outline. Average Rate of Change Instantaneous Rate of Change Average Velocity Position, Velocity, and Acceleration Approximating the Change in a Function. Average Rate of Change. Average Rate of Change. EXAMPLE.

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Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics. BLB 11 th Chapter 14. Chemical Reactions. Will the reaction occur? Ch. 5, 19 How fast will the reaction occur? Ch. 14 How far will the reaction proceed? Ch. 15. Expectations. Review: concentration units, graphing (line, slope) Work with reaction rates.

By ross
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“I feel like I’m diagonally parked in a parallel universe”

“I feel like I’m diagonally parked in a parallel universe”

“I feel like I’m diagonally parked in a parallel universe”. Math Review Monday June 7 2003. Introduction Symbols Oper atio ns Central Tendencies Linear Algebra Correlation/Regression Analysis Applied Calculus. Basic Math Review. System of equations. 3 x - y = -7

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3.3 Rates of change

3.3 Rates of change

3.3 Rates of change. Find Average Rate of Change Determine if a Function is Continuous at a Point Skip Instantaneous Rate of Change until section 3.4.

By reuben
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Kinetics

Kinetics

Kinetics. Brainstorm: What are some factors that affect the rate of a reaction?. Reaction Rate. Change in [reactants] or [products] per unit time (M/s) Always expressed as a positive quantity Can be expressed as appearance of B OR disappearance of A. A  B. Changes in reaction rate.

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Lecture 2 : 	 Economics and Optimization

Lecture 2 : Economics and Optimization

Lecture 2 : Economics and Optimization. AGEC 352 Spring 2011 – January 19 R. Keeney. This week’s assignment. Did not materialize due to flu It would have been busy work anyway just to get you used to going to the webpage to find material and begin working on your own. Next lab.

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Calculus: The Basics

Calculus: The Basics

Calculus: The Basics. By: Rosed Serrano and Dominique McKnight. Table of Contents. About the Authors page 2 Chapter 1: Limits and Continuity page 3 Chapter 2: Derivatives page 8 Chapter 3: Anti-derivatives page 13 Chapter 4: Applications page 19. Rosed Serrano (left)

By eitan
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Chapter 1: Introduction To Calculus

Chapter 1: Introduction To Calculus

Chapter 1: Introduction To Calculus. Jenn Huynh & Yvonne Huynh. 1.1: Radical Expression - Rationalizing. To re-write a radical expression with one term in the denominator √a / √b = √a / √b * √b / √b = √ ab / b To rationalize the denominator, multiply with the conjugate

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Lesson 42 – Introduction to Rates of Change

Lesson 42 – Introduction to Rates of Change

Lesson 42 – Introduction to Rates of Change. September 25, 2013 General of War, Fernando Morales (TSOB). Learning Goals. Orient new privates in the special forces Describe examples of real-world applications of rates of change

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The Difference Quotient

The Difference Quotient

The Difference Quotient . Thursday, Jan 30th. Goal: to develop a general equation fo r rate of change. y. rise. run. Goal: to develop a general equation fo r rate of change (aka. slope of a secant). x. y. rise. Slope =. r ise r un. run.

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