## Forgotten Calculus, 3rd Ed |

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### Contents

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Graphing Linear Functions | 26 |

Writing Linear Functions | 47 |

Linear Applications | 57 |

Quadratic Functions | 75 |

Quadratic Applications | 87 |

Polynomial Functions | 100 |

Classifying Critical PointsA Third Procedure | 214 |

Absolute Maxima and Minima | 227 |

Optimization Problems | 234 |

Optimization Problems Continued | 254 |

Implicit Differentiation | 269 |

Exponential Functions | 279 |

Logarithmic Functions | 297 |

IntegrationIndefinite Integrals | 309 |

The Derivative | 115 |

More About the Derivative | 123 |

Instantaneous Rates of Change | 136 |

More Differentiation Rules | 150 |

The Power Rule Revisited | 163 |

Maximum and Minimum Points | 176 |

Classifying Critical PointsOne Procedure | 184 |

Classifying Critical PointsA Second Procedure | 201 |

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Page 3 - Definition: A function is a rule that assigns to each element in the domain one and only one element in the range.