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Summary

  • Basic laws of differentiation
     
    Let f (x) and g(x) be any two functions of x. Then,
  • Scalar multiple rule
     
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    where c is any constant
  • Sum and difference rule
     
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  • Product rule
     
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  • Quotient rule
     
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  • Derivative of a function of a function
     
    Let y = f (u), where u = g(x)
     
    ThenDescription: 88055.png 
  • Implicit functions
     
    A function f (xy) = 0 is said to be an implicit function, if y cannot be directly defined as a function of x.
     
    In such a case, we will differentiate both sides of this equation w.r.t x, collect the terms containing Description: 88051.png on one side; transfer other terms to the other side and divide by the coefficient of  Description: 88047.png to get its value.
  • Parametric equation
     
    If x = f (t) and y = g(t), then Description: 88043.png
  • Logarithmic differentiation
     
    When a function is expressed in any of the following forms, its derivative can be obtained by taking the logarithm of the function and then differentiating it.
     
    (i) A product of a number of functions
     
    (ii) When a function is raised to some exponent which is also a function
     
    (iii) A number of functions are divided
     
    This method of differentiation is known as logarithmic differentiation.
  • Higher order derivatives
     
    Let y = f (x), be a function of xDescription: 88039.png is called the first derivative of y with respect to x.
     
    The derivative of f ′(x) is called the second derivative of y with respect to x,
     
    i.e.Description: 88035.png
  • Integral Calculus
     
    Integration is the inverse operation of differentiation.
     
    If the derivative of y with respect to x is given by Description: 88029.png, the integral of f ′(x) with respect to x is given byDescription: 88025.png
  • Basic laws of integration
     
    Let f (x) and g(x) be any two functions of x, then
     
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Integration by Substitution

Sometimes it is not possible to be able to integrate f (x) directly. We can substitute f (x) into some other function g (t) to make it readily integrable.

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Integration by Parts

Let u = f (x) and v = g(x) be two different functions of x. Then

 

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The function that can be easily integrated should be chosen as v and the other function which is easily differentiable should be chosen as u.

Integration by the Method of Partial Fraction



Type 1:


 

where A and B are constants to be determined.
 

Type 2:

 

where AB and C are constants to be determined.
 

Type 3:

 

where A and B and C are constants to be determined.

Definite Integration

Let Description: 87988.png where f (x) is the integral of F(x).

 

As x changes from a to b, the value of the integral changes from f (a) to f (b). This can be shown as

 

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Properties of Definite Integrals

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  • Description: 87955.png is an even function
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