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Post by Cesar Nunez on September 23, 2011

Wonderful. I thank God for your compassion to teach so diligently and thoroughly. Thank you.


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  • Intro 0:00
  • Definition and Geometric Interpretation 1:06
    • Example: F(x) is a Polynomial
    • Example: Parabola
    • F(x+h)
    • F(x+h)-F(x)/h
    • Slope of the Tangent
    • df/dx=f'
  • Derivatives of Power of x 13:11
    • F(x)=1 or Any Constant =0
    • F(x) =x = 1
    • F(x)= x2 = 2x
    • F(x)= x3 = 3x2
  • Derivatives of Sin(x), Cos(x) , Exp(x) 22:40
    • f(x)=Six x =cos(x)
    • Cos(x)=1 X= in Radians
    • Sin(x)=1 X= in Radians
    • e^x where x= in Radians
  • Derivative of u(x) v(x) 39:17
    • Derivative of Product of Two Functions f(x) =x^2 Sin(x)
  • Derivative of u(x)/v(x) 46:15
    • F(u/v)= f(u(x+h)/v(x+h)
  • Chain Rule 51:40
    • Example: F(x) =(x^2-1)^5
    • F(x)=Sin 3x
    • F(x) =e^-2x
  • Extra Example 1: Minima and Maxima
  • Extra Example 2: Derivative
  • Extra Example 3: Fermat's Principle to Derive Snell's Law