# 34 Calculus Tutorials

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## Trigonometric Integrals

Still in integration where our objective is to find the anti derivative of a certain function, in this case trigononetric functions. But first we will be dealing with simple trigonometric integrals.

## Integration by Parts

The integration by parts formula S udv = uv – S vdu is derived from the product rule of differentiation d (uv) = vdu + udv. From the derivative form we will be making the function or equation back to its original function though it is in product form. I will be giving example(s) how…

## Why is the Integral an Anti-derivative?

We will use the following definitions: Anti-Derivative : The anti-derivative of a function is a function such that . Integral (area definition) : The integral of of is the area under the curve from to . Let us define the area under the curve …

## Logarithmic Differentiation

You need to use Logarithmic Differentiation when you want to find the derivative of a function that is in the (x^x) form. You start out by equating y to any function that is (x^x). You then apply logarithmic rules to the function by encasing “y” with ln and bringing the power of “x” down in…

## Differential Equations

Handling of Materials Suppose that we have a tank containing water. Suppose also that we have 2 pumps — one pump can drain the tank in 6 hours, and the other can drain the tank in 5 hours. How long will it take to drain the tank with both pumps running? Since one pump can…

## Different Differentiation Rules

Any problem that can be solved with the quotient rule can also be solved with the product rule and chain rule.

## Product Rule Differentiation (Single Variable)

The product rule is used when you are finding the derivative of a function that has one dependent variable expression multiplied by another dependent variable expression. Compare this function: f(x) = x2 + 2×5 …with this function: g(x) = x4cos(x) Function g(x) can be thought of as two separate functions multiplied together: h(x) = x4…

## finding domain of a complex function

If in a problem you are required to find the domain of a function which is the sum of two or more functions then the domain of the combined function will be the union of domains of individual function.

## Quotient Rule (Single Variable)

The quotient rule is when a larger function is composed of two differentiable functions divided by one another like so: