The least single value that a function attains on a given interval

The rate of change of velocity

For a function f (x) , this represents the total change in f over a given interval divided by the total change in x

A term applied to a section of the graph where the derivative is decreasing throughout

A term applied to a section of the graph where the derivative is increasing throughout

Points in the domain of f where f'(x) = 0 or f'(x) is undefined

The rate of change of a function at a single point on its graph

If f is continuous on [a, b] and differentiable on (a, b) , then there exists a point c on [a, b] for which f'(c) =f(b) - f(a)/b - a

The rate of change of position

This is a vertical line that the graph approaches, but never touches

This refers to the relative placement of an object with respect to another object, which is generally placed at the origin.

The instantaneous rate of change of a function f (x) at a particular point, df/dx

(high d'low) - (low d'high)/low^2

(high d'low) + (low d'high)

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