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definition
f(x) is concave up
G(x) is decreasing
Displacement on [a,b]
speed decreasing (slowing down)
d(e^u)/dx
f(x) is continuous at point c (a)
f(x) is continuous at point c (b)
f(x) is continuous at point c (c)
(d/dx)(arctanx) =
d(cos(x))/dx =
average rate of change of f(x) when x=a to x=b
f(x) has a relative max
an object stops when
instantaneous rate of change of f(x) at x=a
the (instantaneous) velocity
speed increasing (speeding up)
d(sin(x))/dx
phrase
definition
(f-'(b))' =
the average velocity on [a,b]
an object moves left (down)
the position
(d/dx)arcsinx
speed
f(x) has a point of inflection
definition of derivative
d(ln u)/dx
acceleration
sin0
cos(pi/2)
sinx=cosx when x=
ln(1)
lne^x
sin(pi/6)
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