By Jeffrey, Alan
Actual numbers, inequalities and intervalsFunction, area and rangeBasic coordinate geometryPolar coordinatesMathematical inductionBinomial theoremCombination of functionsSymmetry in capabilities and graphsInverse functionsComplex numbers; genuine and imaginary formsGeometry of advanced analysisModulus-argument kind of a fancy numberRoots of advanced numbersLimitsOne-sided limitsDerivativesLeibniz's formulaDifferentialsDifferentiation of inverse trigonometric functionsImplicit differentiationParametrically outlined curves and parametric differentiationThe exponential functionThe logarithmic functionHy. Read more...
summary: genuine numbers, inequalities and intervalsFunction, area and rangeBasic coordinate geometryPolar coordinatesMathematical inductionBinomial theoremCombination of functionsSymmetry in services and graphsInverse functionsComplex numbers; actual and imaginary formsGeometry of advanced analysisModulus-argument kind of a posh numberRoots of advanced numbersLimitsOne-sided limitsDerivativesLeibniz's formulaDifferentialsDifferentiation of inverse trigonometric functionsImplicit differentiationParametrically outlined curves and parametric differentiationThe exponential functionThe logarithmic functionHy
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2. 6. p /r sin u aâ2: 4 7. r/a(1/ cos u ). 8. 9. 10. POLAR COORDINATES 9 : 5 4 cos u 9 : /r 4 5 cos u 3 : /r 1 cos u / r 11. Sketch the cardioid with the polar representation 12. r a(1cos u): Sketch the spiral of Archimedes with the polar representation 13. rku (k 0): Sketch the parabolic spiral with the polar representation 14. r2 u: Sketch the four petal rose with the polar representation r sin 4u: 39 5 Mathematical induction The name mathematical induction is given to a method used to show that a mathematical proposition, which depends only on an integer n, is either true or false.
N(3n1) n2 (n1): 2 n(n 1) 3 3 3 3 /1 2 3 . n : 2 1 1 1 1 n . : / 1×3 3×5 5×7 (2n 1)(2n 1) 2n 1 1 1 1 1 n . : / 1 × 4 4 × 7 7 × 10 (3n 2)(3n 1) 3n 1 1 1 1 1 n . : / 1 × 6 6 × 11 11 × 16 (5n 4)(5n 1) 5n 1 1 1 1 1 3n1 1 2 3 . n /1 : 3 3 3 3 2 3n Prove by mathematical induction that 62n /1 is divisible by 35. 9. Prove by mathematical induction that 62n /3n2/3n is divisible by 11. 10. Prove by mathematical induction that 32n1/40n/67 is divisible by 64.
As y approaches the value zero when x is large and positive or large and negative, it follows that the line y/0 is a horizontal asymptote to the graph of this function. Figure 18(a) shows both the graph of this function and its asymptotes. (ii) The denominator of y 4x 1 2x 3 vanishes when x / /3/2, at which point the numerator becomes /7. Thus x / /3/2 is a vertical asymptote to the graph of this function. Rewriting the function in the form y 4 (1=x) 2 (3=x) BASIC COORDINATE GEOMETRY Fig.
Essentials Engineering Mathematics by Jeffrey, Alan