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## Chapter 14 Network Design and Management

Data Communications and Computer Networks: A Business User’s Approach Chapter 14 Network Design and Management Data Communications and Computer Networks Chapter 14 Introduction

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## The Natural Log Function: Integration

The Natural Log Function: Integration. Lesson 5.7. Log Rule for Integration. Because Then we know that And in general, when u is a differentiable function in x: . Try It Out. Consider these . . . Finding Area. Given Determine the area under the curve on the interval [2, 4].

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## Chapter 14 Network Design and Management

Data Communications and Computer Networks: A Business User’s Approach. Chapter 14 Network Design and Management. Data Communications and Computer Networks Chapter 14. Introduction

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## Pricing Products and Services

Pricing Products and Services. Appendix A. Learning Objective 1. Compute the profit-maximizing price of a product or service using the price elasticity of demands and variable cost. Change in Price. Change in Unit Sales. versus. The Economist’s Approach to Pricing. Elasticity of Demand.

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## CHAPTER SEVEN: THE CALCULUS OF LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS

Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare Jaya Sri Sri Radha Vijnanasevara (Lord Krsna, the King of Math and Science) KRSNA CALCULUS™ PRESENTS:. CHAPTER SEVEN: THE CALCULUS OF LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS. Released by Krsna Dhenu September 28, 2002

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## 1.5 Functions and Logarithms

1.5 Functions and Logarithms. Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco, CA. Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2004. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. In other words, a function is one-to-one on domain D if: . whenever. A relation is a function if:

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## Sections 3.5 – 3.7

Sections 3.5 – 3.7. Michael London. Section 3.5 The Chain Rule. Some functions are difficult to derive because they may be a function within another function

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## Properties of Logarithms

Properties of Logarithms. Section 3.3. Properties of Logarithms. What logs can we find using our calculators? Common logarithm Natural logarithm Although these are the two most frequently used logarithms, you may need to evaluate other logs at times

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## Extra 5 point pass if you can solve (and show how)…

Extra 5 point pass if you can solve (and show how)…. Find the inverse of: *10 minute limit!!!. 3.2 – Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs. Some things to ponder…. What are the properties of exponential functions that we learned yesterday?

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## Basic Functions

Basic Functions. Power Functions Exponential Functions Logarithmic Functions Trigonometric Functions. What do you need to know about the basic functions? . Shape Domain End behavior Intercepts with coordinate axes Compare them Intercepts Dominance. Power Functions.

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## Basic Functions

Basic Functions. Linear and Exponential Functions Power Functions Logarithmic Functions Trigonometric Functions. Linear Function. A population of 200 worms increases at the rate of 5 worms per day . How many worms are there after a fifteen days? . Linear Functions. Slope m=rise/run.

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## 7.3b: Integrals involving Logarithmic Functions

Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2001. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota. 7.3b: Integrals involving Logarithmic Functions. Integral involving natural log function. Of course, we can use the concept of u-substitution

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## Pricing Products and Services

Pricing Products and Services. Appendix A. Change in Price. Change in Unit Sales. versus. The Economists’ Approach to Pricing. Elasticity of Demand. The price elasticity of demand measures the degree to which the unit sales of a product or service are affected by a change in unit price.

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## Logarithmic Functions

Logarithmic Functions. Think about it…. Is there an inverse of f(x)=a x The function is 1-1 (and passes the horizontal line test) then the function has an inverse The inverse is called the logarithmic function f -1 The base would be a. Definition. a is a positive number where a≠1

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## Aim: How do we differentiate and integrate the exponential function?

Aim: How do we differentiate and integrate the exponential function?. Do Now:. Do Now. The Natural Exponential Function. Natural Exponential Function. f -1 (x) = e x. Characteristics of Natural Log Function. Monotonic - increasing. Domain – (0, ). Range – all reals.

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## THE CALCULUS OF LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS

THE CALCULUS OF LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS. PREREQUISITES. This chapter is generally the start of the Calculus II curriculum. This chapter deals with logarithms, log differentiation, log limits, and L’Hopital’s rule.

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## Miss Battaglia AP Calculus

5.1 The Natural Logarithmic Function: Differentiation (Day 2) Objective: Develop and use properties of natural log function and find derivatives, define e. Miss Battaglia AP Calculus. Def of Natural Logarithmic Function. The natural logarithmic function is defined by

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## Problem of the Day - Calculator

Problem of the Day - Calculator. If the derivative of f is given by f '(x) = e x - 3x 2 , at which of the following values of x does f have a relative maximum value? A) -0.46 B) 0.20 C) 0.91 D) 0.95 E) 3.73. Problem of the Day - Calculator.

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## Properties of Logarithms

Properties of Logarithms. They’re in Section 3.4a. Proof of a Prop ‘o Logs. Let. and. In exponential form:. Let’s start with the product of R and S :. A Prop ‘o Logs!!!. Properties of Logarithms. Let b , R , and S be positive real numbers with b = 1, and c any real number.

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## 10.8 The Natural Log Function

10.8 The Natural Log Function. Natural Log. log 2 = log 10 2. Recall common log:. Natural log:. denoted. e is : irrational # like  , not variable  2.718. Base e. then log e x = 5. If ln x = 5,. Same laws & properties of logs apply to natural logs.

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