By E. A. Maxwell

ISBN-10: 0521056969

ISBN-13: 9780521056960

This is often the 1st quantity of a chain of 4 volumes overlaying all phases of improvement of the Calculus, from the final yr in class to measure average. The books are written for college kids of technological know-how and engineering in addition to for professional mathematicians, and are designed to bridge the distance among the works utilized in colleges and extra complicated stories, with their emphasis on rigour. This quantity is anxious with the elemental rules and purposes of differentiation and integration on the subject of algebraic and trigonometric capabilities, yet with the exception of logarithmic and exponential services. Integration starts at the 'Riemann vital' foundation, and the therapy of curves combines accuracy with simplicity, with out shirking the awkward difficulties of signal. each one part has examples; on the finish of every bankruptcy there are difficulties from school-leaving and open scholarship examinations.

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Ii) The limit of the product of two functions is the product of their individual limits. ) lim g (x). x-*-a x-+a x->a This result can be extended to any number of functions. Properties (i), (ii) can be combined in obvious ways. 4 = 26. 26 EVALUATION OF DIFFERENTIAL COEFFICIENTS (iii) The limit of the quotient of two functions is the quotient of their limits, PROVIDED that the limit of the denominator is not zero. Thus limf(x) Km g (x) #= 0. provided that For example, Our next step is to establish three general theorems, after which we shall derive some standard formulae for differential coefficients.

PARTICULAR FUNCTIONS. (i)^(z*) = ^ - i (p. 30). d (ii) -7- (sin a;) = cos a; doc (p. 33). d (iii) — (coso;) = — sin a; (p. 34). CiOC d (iv) -7- (sec a;) = sec x tan a;, (tX (v) -7- (tan a;) = sec2 x. (tX (vi) -7- (cosec a;) = — cosec a; cot a;. ca7 (vii) — (cot a;) = —cosec2 a;. QJX We prove the last four of these results (II, iv-vii): (iv) Let y = sec x. y = (cos a;)"1, Then j - = ( - 1) (cos #)- 2 -7- (cos x) so that = sec x tan x. 4 37 38 EVALUATION OF DIFFERENTIAL COEFFICIENTS (v) Let y= y = sin x sec x, Then dy dx so that (vi) Let cos x.

14. Prove that, if f(x) is a polynomial in x of degree w, then f{n)(x) is a constant independent of x. 15. Prove that, if y = sin mo;, then 16. Prove that, if y — #sin#, then x2y" - 2xy' + (x2 + 2)y = 0. 17. Prove that ^ - a ; ^ = x ^ + ^f. 18. Prove that 10. Some standard forms. There are one or two basic formulae which follow directly from results already obtained, and which the reader should commit to memory. For convenience, we gather together the standard formulae of differentiation into this one paragraph.