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For more information, please see full course syllabus of College Calculus: Level I

For more information, please see full course syllabus of College Calculus: Level I

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### Applied Optimization

- I recommend just about always starting with a sketch!
- Remember to get your function down to a function of a single variable.
- Remember to check the endpoints as well as the critical points!
- Include units on your final result.

### Applied Optimization

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

- Intro 0:00
- Real World Problems 0:08
- Sketch
- Interval
- Rewrite in One Variable
- Maximum or Minimum
- Critical Points
- Optimal Result
- Lecture Example 1 1:05
- Lecture Example 2 6:12
- Lecture Example 3 13:31
- Additional Example 4
- Additional Example 5

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Post by Mohsin Alibrahim on April 6, 2015

In Ex 1

Where did get 4.25 when you evaluated v(4.25)

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Post by edder villegas on October 26, 2014

on example 2, can you explain please how did we get 0 and 4 as the values for the other two second travel options, thank you

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Post by Roy Yakobovich on April 23, 2014

I am really confused on how you moved the -1/5 to the other side to become 5/3. I understand how you got 5/3, by moving -1/5 to the other side, multiplying it by 5 and then dividing by 3. But don't you also need to multiply by 5 to both sides of the equation? Because I have been taught what you do one side to the equation you must do to the other.

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Post by Fadel Hanoun on November 22, 2013

I really enjoy your lectures! Thank you!

Are you using Stewart Calculus? because the order of your lectures matches the order of the chapter.

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Last reply by: Angela Patrick

Fri Dec 6, 2013 5:11 PM

Post by Sitora Muhamedova on July 26, 2013

I think there is a typo, when u divided 36/16, I got an answer of 9/4

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Last reply by: sonia Orjuela Orjuela

Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:14 AM

Post by sonia Orjuela Orjuela on November 11, 2010

why did you solve for y and not x?