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Differentiation is defined as the rate of change of a function. It is used so that we can solve gradient problems, maximum and minimum points of graphs, modelling problems, and kinetic problems. These are all explained in more detail below. The notation for a differentiated function is either y =) or f if the function is given as f(x).

dy (if the equation is in the form dx

How do you differentiate? The simple answer to this is to reduce the index (the power) by 1 and multiply by the old power. Below are some examples of some simple differentiation. Function y = x2 + 3x + 5 f(x) = 3x4 + 5x3 Differential dy = 2x + 3 dx f = 12x3 + 15x2

**It is useful to remember some of your simple index facts. Function x
**

3

Can be written as:

1

x2

1

x

1 x 1 x

x3 x1 x

1 2

**So these can be differentiated as shown below Function y=
**

x = x

1 2

f(x) =

1 x1 = 3x 3

Differential 1 1 dy = x 2 2 dx 2x 2 2 = 2 f = 3 3x

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ibmaths. y = ln ( x ) y = ln (u) u= x dy 1 = du u du 1 = 1 dx 2x 2 dy = 6 x cos u = 6 x cos(3 x 2 ) dx dy 1 = dx u 4. such as those shown below: y = sin (3x2) y = e5x + 2 y = ln ( x ) y = (x2 + 3)7 The basic rule for the chain rule is: Examples: 1. y = sin (3x2) y = sin u u = 3x2 dy = cos u du du = 6x dx dy dy = dx du du dx 3. 1 2x 1 2 = 1 2x 2.sin x ex 1 x The Chain rule The chain rule is used we have composite functions. or one function inside another. e. and trig functions have set differentials and are given in the formula sheet as follows: Function sin x cos x ex ln (x) Differential cos x .com .Calculus IB SL Revision The ln. y = e5x + 2 y = eu du =5 u = 5x + 2 dx dy = 5eu = 5e5 x + 2 dx dy = eu du y = (x2 + 3)7 y = u7 u = x2 + 3 dy = 7u 6 du du = 2x dx dy = 7u 6 2 x = 14 x( x 2 + 3) dx © www.

Product rule: dv du d (uv) = u +v dx dx dx Quotient rule: d u ( )= du v u dv du +v dx dx 2 v Example of Product rule Find dy if y = x 2 cos x . dx du = 2x dx dv = sin x dx u = x2 v = cos x dy = x 2 ( sin x) + 2x(cos x) dx Example of the quotient rule Find sin x dy if y = 5x dx du = cos x dx dv =5 dx v = 25x 2 u = sin x v = 5x dy 5x cos x 5sin x = dx 25x 2 © www.com . The formulae are in the IB information booklet.ibmaths.Calculus Product and Quotient Rules IB SL Revision When you have two functions of x multiplied by each other you use the product rule. When you have one function of x divided by another you use the quotient rule.

dx 2.ibmaths. The gradient function The first application of differentiation is to find the gradient of a function. This will help to calculate the x-coordinate when a curve is a maximum or minimum. At the curve’s maximum or minimum point the gradient = 0.com . By differentiating again (shown as d2y ) and substituting the value of x into the dx 2 d2y function we can determine whether the point is a maximum or a minimum.Calculus dy x cos x sin x = dx 5x 2 IB SL Revision Applications 1. The dy is the gradient of the function. Maximum and minimum points Curves can have maximum and minimum points. as shown in the diagram below. dx 2 +ve value = minimum -ve value = maximum © www.

It will always be a straight line in the form y = mx + c. We can find equations of tangents by first finding the gradient (m) from the differentiated function and then finding the coordinate at the point where the tangent meets the curve and substituting back into the y = mx + c equation. Find the x-value of both the maximum and minimum points and distinguish between them. Guided example The function f(x) = x3 + 3x2 – 10x (a) (b) (c) Find the gradient when x = 2.com .Calculus 3. © www. Equations of tangents IB SL Revision A tangent is a line that touches the outside of a curve at a given point. Find the equation of the tangent to the curve at the point where x = 2 Answer (a) Differentiate the function and substitute the value of x given in the question as shown below. An example of this is shown below in the guided example. f'(x) = 3x2 + 6x – 10 x = 2 3(2)2 + 12 – 10 = 14. Answer (b) First off draw a graph on your GDC to get some idea of where the maximum and minimum points are.ibmaths.

By substituting -3. To integrate simply add 1 to the index and divide by the new power. We will need the quadratic formula to solve this.com . therefore a maximum point. where f(x) is a function of x and you are integrating with respect to x. 3x2 + 6x – 10 = 0 6 ± 36 + 120 6 ± 12. At the point where x = 2. By substituting in 1. y = 0.ibmaths. This is because the gradients at the maximum and minimum points have a zero gradient. Unless you are finding a definite integral (see below). So c is equal to –28 and the equation of the tangent is: y = 14x – 28.08 and –3.08 To distinguish between them will require differentiating again.08 we get a +ve number. c.Calculus IB SL Revision Now take the differentiated equation and make the equation equal to zero.08 is the minimum and 3. although we can clearly see from the graph that 1. therefore a minimum point.08 we get a –ve number. Answer (c) From the question above we already have the gradient of the tangent = 14/ So the equation of the tangent is y = 14x + c. © www.5 = 6 6 x = 1. f'’ = 6x + 6. so we have the equation 0 = 28 + c. The mathematical sign for integration is: f ( x)dx . Basic integration Integration is the opposite of differentiation. you must always add on a constant.08 is the maximum.

Integral . Remove any constants outside the integral sign. © www. Now substitute dx with your equation. At this point we cannot integrate because we have dx and not du.cos x + c sin x + c ex + c ln (x)+ c du ) and rearrange dx 4. This will usually be the inner function. Rewrite the equation with the substitution. 5. Integrate with respect to u and finally substitute x back into the equation. 3. Two examples with explanations are shown below.com . For integrating we use a similar method. these are summarised below: Function sin x cos x ex 1 x Composite functions When differentiating we composite functions we used the chain rule (see above). Choose a value for u. 2. To find a value for dx we differentiate u with respect to x ( the equation to make dx the subject.ibmaths. Function Integral x3 + x4 + c 3 IB SL Revision ( x + 4 x )dx ( 1 + x )dx x2 2 3 1 2x + +c x 3 3 2 Just like differentiating there are some special integrals that are given in the formulae sheet.Calculus Below are some simple integrals. 1.

Find f(x) if f(2)=15 x2 First integrate to find f(x): f(x)= x + + x + c 2 22 Now substitute in the values: 15 = 23 + + 2 + c 2 3 c=3 Final answer is: 22 f(x)= 2 + + 2 + 3 2 3 © www. For example: f’(x) = 3x2+x+1. so dx = 5 dx 4 cos(u )du 5 u 5 3du = 3 u 5 du = 3u 6 3(3 x + 7)6 +c = +c 5 5 = 4 4 sin(u ) + c = sin(5 x + 7) + c 5 5 The value of c In some situations the value of c can be found if there is extra information in the question.Calculus Example 1 Example 2 IB SL Revision (3 x + 7)5 dx u = 3x+ 7 (4 cos(5 x + 3))dx u = 5x + 7 u 5 dx du = 3 .com . such as a value of f(x) and its corresponding x value. dx 4 cos(u )dx du du = 5 .ibmaths. so dx = 3du.

For example: 2 1 (e x + 3)dx is asking to find the value between the curve and the x-axis between x=1 and x=2. When we integrate definitely we no longer have the value of c. This is used to find the area under a graph.67 units2. This is shown graphically below: y=ex + 3 To solve numerically: 2 1 (e x + 3)dx = e x + 3 x 2 1 (note the use of square brackets and the numbers at the end) Now we simply substitute the higher number in first and take away the smaller number when substituted.com .ibmaths. (e2 + 6) (e1 + 3) = 7.Calculus Definite integration IB SL Revision Definite integration is when we have values on the integration sign. © www.

Integrate to get the distance function – remember that the area under a velocitytime curve gives the distance travelled. The distance equation differentiated with respect to time. © www. The velocity equation differentiated with respect to time. Acceleration is the change in velocity with respect to time. Acceleration function. Differentiate again to get the acceleration function. distance travelled. Differentiate once to get the velocity function. Differentiate to get the acceleration function. Calculus is often used to help solve these motion problems when equations are given in the form with time as the variable. velocity. Velocity function. or acceleration. velocity (speed with direction).ibmaths. In these types of question you may be given any type of the three functions for distance. Distance function.com . The variable for each will be time. and acceleration. Here are some simple definitions: Velocity is the change in distance with respect to time. Integrate again to get the distance function.Calculus IB SL Revision Kinetics Kinetics is about motion. Integrate once to get the velocity function.

(a) (b) (c) Find an expression for the height of the rocket. You may assume that the rocket starts from 0 metres. Its velocity at time is given by the function. As the differential of the displacement is the velocity.Calculus Guided example IB SL Revision A rocket is launched in the air. Answer (a) As we are given the velocity. v = 80 – 12t dv = 12 dt So constant acceleration is –12 m/s-2. © www.ibmaths.com .6( 6 )2 3 3 h = 266 metres. Find the maximum height of the rocket in metres Find the constant acceleration of the rocket in m/s-2. that is its displacement from the ground at time t. c = 0. we have: 80 – 12t = 0 2 t= 6 . or height of the rocket. v = 80 – 12t where v is a measure in m/s and t is in seconds. h = 80t – 6t2 Answer (b) The maximum height can be found by differentiating and making the function equal 0. (80 12t )dt = 80t 6t 2 + c Because height = 0 when t = 0. we know that differentiating will give the acceleration and integrating will give the displacement. 3 Substituting that back into the equation for height he have: 2 2 h = 80( 6 ) . Answer (c) The acceleration can be found by differentiating the velocity.

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