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By Steven Krantz

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  • Coverage of incorrect integrals
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  • Details on calculation of labor, averages, arc size, and floor area

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Determine whether there are points of the graph of f corresponding to x = 3, 4, and 1. SOLUTION The y value corresponding to x = 3 is y = f ( 3) = 11/2. Therefore the point ( 3, 11/2) lies on the graph of f. Similarly, f ( 4) = 6 so that ( 4, 6) lies on the graph. However, f is undefined at x = 1, so there is no point on the graph with x coordinate 1. 38 was obtained by plotting several points. Still Struggling Notice that, for each x in the domain of the function, there is one and only one point on the graph---namely the unique point with y value equal to f (x).

10 Determine the equation of the line with slope 3 that passes through the point ( 2, 1) . SOLUTION Let ( x, y) be a variable point on the line. Then we can use that variable point together with ( 2, 1) to calculate the slope: m= y−1 . x−2 15 16 CALCULUS DeMYSTiFieD On the other hand, we are given that the slope is m = 3. We may equate the two expressions for slope to obtain 3= y−1 . x−2 ( ∗) This may be simplified to y = 3x − 5. MATH NOTE The form y = 3x − 5 for the equation of a line is called the slopeintercept form.

13 Sketch the graph of {( x, y) : y = x 2 }. 19). 20. This curve is called a parabola. 14 Sketch the graph of the curve {( x, y) : y = x 3 }. 21). 22. This curve is called a cubic. YOU TRY IT Sketch the graph of the locus |x| = |y|. 15 Sketch the graph of the curve y = x 2 + x − 1. 23). 24. This is another example of a parabola. YOU TRY IT Sketch the locus y2 = x3 + x + 1 on a set of axes. The reader unfamiliar with cartesian geometry and the theory of loci would do well to consult [SCH2]. 7 Trigonometry ......................................................................................................................................

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