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Explanation
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First condition of continuity
Second condition of continuity
Third condition of continuity
One way to think about the derivative
One way to think about the derivative
One way to think about the derivative
Prerequisites for Rolle's Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem
A 'y'-value that is approached as you get closer and closer to a certain 'x'-value
'Low d-high minu high d-low over the square of what's below'
Derivative of sin(x)
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Algebraic indicator of vertical asymptote
If two points are connected by a continuous function, all the y-values in between the y-values of the two points must be hit
Derivative of tan(x)
Point where there MAY be a maximum/minimum
A point where the second derivative is equal to zero MAY be this
The two types of discontinuities
Method for finding the limit as you approach a vertical asymptote
Integration Technique for complex integrands
Integration Technique for complex integrands
Integration Technique for complex integrands
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