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By George Boole

This 1860 vintage, written through one of many nice mathematicians of the nineteenth century, used to be designed as a sequel to his Treatise on Differential Equations (1859). Divided into sections ("Difference- and Sum-Calculus" and "Difference- and useful Equations"), and containing greater than 2 hundred workouts (complete with answers), Boole discusses: . nature of the calculus of finite transformations . direct theorems of finite transformations . finite integration, and the summation of sequence . Bernoulli's quantity, and factorial coefficients . convergency and divergency of sequence . difference-equations of the 1st order . linear difference-equations with consistent coefficients . combined and partial difference-equations . and lots more and plenty extra. No severe mathematician's library is entire with no Treatise at the Calculus of Finite ameliorations. English mathematician and truth seeker GEORGE BOOLE (1814-1864) is better referred to as the founding father of glossy symbolic good judgment, and because the inventor of Boolean algebra, the root of the trendy box of computing device technology. His different books contain An research of the legislation of concept (1854).

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A) (2, 6) (b) ( , 2) (c) ( (c) ( , 2) and (6, , 6) 12. _______________ ) 13. Find the location and value of all relative extrema for x2 the function f ( x) 5x x 1 3 . 13. _______________ (a) Relative minimum of 1 at 2; relative maximum of 13 at 4 (b) Relative maximum of 1 at 2; relative minimum of 13 at 4 (c) Relative minimum of 1 at 4; relative minimum of 13 at 2 (d) No relative extrema 14. Find the coordinates of all points of inflection of the function g ( x) (a) (2, 16) (b) (2, 12) 15. Find the third derivative of f ( x) (a) 3 (2 x 8 1) 5/2 (b) 3(2 x (c) (2 x 1) 3/2 (d) (c) (2, 0) 2x 1.

Publishing as Addison-Wesley. xxxv xxxvi FINAL EXAM, FORM B t2 2 9. Find the instantaneous rate of change of s(t ) (a) 3 2 (b) 5 2 2 t2 7 2 (c) at t 16 y (b) x 6 1 16 (d) 11. Find h (3) if h( x) 400 3x 7 (c) f ( x) (a) 100 (b) 4y x 1 9. _______________ 9 2 (d) 10. Find an equation of the tangent line to the curve f ( x) (a) x 2. 2 at the point 2, 1 4 . 10. _______________ 3 1 y 2)2 (x . 11. _______________ 25 8 75 8 (c) (d) 200 12. Find the largest open interval(s) over which the function x3 g ( x) 12 x 2 36 x 1 is increasing.

This inequality is written in interval notation as [1, 2). To graph this interval, place a closed circle at 1 and an open circle at 2; then draw a heavy line segment between them. 5 ( 8)2 x 2 k 2 35 k 1 ( , 1] This represents all the numbers to the left of 1 on the number line and includes the endpoint. This interval can be written as the inequality x 1. Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Addison-Wesley. Section R. 10. (3, 15 ) 2(3 y 18. 11. Notice that the endpoint 2 is included, but 6 is not.

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