Calculus for business and economics
Linear functions and their graphs; Quadratic, exponential, and multivariate economics; The difference quotient, limits, and the derivative; Differentiation rules; Optimization using calculus; Higher order derivatives and their application; Single variable business and economic models; Partial derivatives; Multivariate business models; Integral calculus; Methods of integration; Application of integral calculus.
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Linear Functions and Their Graphs
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antiderivative average Chapter concave downward concave upward consider the function constant cost function critical point cross partial derivative curve data points definite integral demand function density function dependent derivative with zero Determine the derivative determine the slope difference quotient domain economic order quantity equal evaluating expected value exponential function Figure Find fixed cost following examples following functions formula function f function is shown function reaches gives graph growth rate horizontal axis illustrate increase independent variable inﬂection integral calculus integration by substitution inventory Lagrangian multipliers limits of integration linear function marginal cost marginal revenue maximum method minimum multivariate functions natural logarithms number of units optima optimum values output plotted in Fig point of inflection problem profit quadratic function random variable rectangles represents rule secant line second derivative shown in Fig SOLUTION specified subset Table total cost total revenue value of q variable cost