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integral
87.8%
Derivative of cos(x)sin(x)
58.1%
Slope of x^2 at x = 918
50.7%
method of integrating ∫udvintegration by parts
41.9%
First Derivativeslope
41.2%
point where concavity changespoint of inflection
39.2%
The second derivative of displacement.acceleration
37.8%
point where f'(x) = 0 and f(x) decreases to the left and rightmaximum
30.4%
Second Derivativeconcavity
25.7%
limit of [sin(x)]/(x) as x → 01
25.7%
Hint Answer % Correct
A line that touches a curve at a point without crossing over. tangent line
23%
A class of problems in which rates of change are related by means of differentiation. Standard examples include water dripping from a cone-shaped tank and a man’s shadow lengthenrelated rates
19.6%
Area under the curve of a velocity function.displacement
19.6%
A technique used to evaluate limits of fractions that are in the form of indeterminate expressions.L'Hopital's Rule
18.2%
∫(x + 1)dxx^2 + x + C
14.2%
(1+(1/x))^x as x → ∞e
12.2%
Allows for the computation of the limit of an expression by trapping the expression between two other expressions which have limits that are easier to computesqueeze theorem
12.2%
curve where the slope is undefinedcusp
10.8%
A point at which a graph is not connected but can be made connected by filling in a single point.removable discontinuity
10.8%
1 - (x^2)/2 + (x^4)/24 - (x^6)/720cos(x)
8.8%

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