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AFTERSCHO☺OL

– DEVELOPING CHANGE MAKERS

CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PGPSE PROGRAMME –

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entrepreneurship & spiritual entrepreneurship

OPEN FOR ALL FREE FOR ALL

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11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's

AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL

MATERIAL 1

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DIFFERENTIATION

Dr. T.K. Jain.

AFTERSCHO☺OL

Centre for social entrepreneurship

Bikaner M: 9414430763

tkjainbkn@yahoo.co.in

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11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's

AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL

MATERIAL 2

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DERIVATIVE OF X^N

• N * X ^ (N-1)

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DERIVATIVE OF X^10

• = 10 X ^ 9

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DERIVATIVE OF

5X^3 – 2X^2 + 10 X -3

• 5*3 X^(3-1) -4X + 10

• =15X^2 – 4X +10

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DERIVATIVE OF (3X^2 -1)/(X+1)

• [(X+1) * (6X ) - (3X^2 -1) (1) ] / (X+1)^2

• (6x^2 + 6x - 3x^2 + 1) / ( x^2 + 2x + 1)

• =(3x^2 + 6x +1) / (X^2 + 2x +1)

• Answer.

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Differentiate e^x / x^2

• = [(e^x * 2X) - (X^2 * e^x) ]/ (X^4)

• = (2x e^x - X^2e^x ) / X ^4

• X (2e^x - Xe^x) / X^4

• = (2e^x - Xe^x) / X^3

• =e^x (2 - X) / X ^3 answer.

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Differentiate 2 ^(X^3 +X^2 +1)

= 2^ (X^3 + X^2 + 1) * log2 * differentiation

of (X^3 + X^2 + 1)

= 2^ ( X ^3 + X ^2 + 1) * log 2 * ( 3x^2 + 2x)

Answer.

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Differentiate

(2x^3 + x^2 + 1) ^(3/2)

• = 3/2 * ( 2x^3 + X^2 +1)^(1/2) *

differentiation of (2x^3 + X^2 +1)

• =3/2 * ( 2x^3 + X^2 +1)^(1/2) * (6x^2 + 2x)

• Answer.

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Find differentiation of log (X^2 + 1)

• = 1/ (x^2 + 1) * differentiation of (X^2 +1)

• = 1/ (x^2 + 1) * 2X

• Answer.

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Differentiate (log x)^2

• = 2 * log X * diffferentiation of log x

• = 2 * log x * 1/x answer

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Find the total cost when output is

15000, C = (X^2 / 10000) + 500

• X = 15000

• Thus C =[ (15000)^2 / 10000] + 500

• C = 22500 + 500

• Total cost = 23000 answer.

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Find the marginal cost when output

is 15000, C = (X^2 / 10000) + 500

• Differentiate the function :

• = 2X / 10000

X = 15000

= 30000/ 10000

= Rs. 3 answer.

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Find the average cost when output

is 15000, C = (X^2 / 10000) + 500

• Average is obtained by dividing the total

cost by the number of units.

• The number of units is denoted by X.

• Thus divide total cost by X

• = [(X^2 / 10000) + 500 ] / x

• =(x/10000) + (500/x)

• = 1.5 + 500/15000

• = 1.53 answer.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 14

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During a period, a retail shop can

sell X units at price P.

What is the total revenue,

if P = 20 - .03X and X = 50 ?

price.

• = (20 -.03X) X

• =(20 – 1.5) * 50

• = 925 answer.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 15

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During a period, a retail shop

can sell X units at price P.

What is the marginal revenue, if

P = 20 - .03X and X = 100 ?

• Differentiate total revenue

• Total revenue = P * X= (price * number of units)

• =(20 - .03x) X

• Differentiated = 20 - .06X (put x = 100)

• = 14 Answer

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During a period, a retail shop

can sell X units at price P.

What is the average revenue, if

P = 20 - .03X and X = 100 ?

• Average revenue = total revenue / no. of units

• =(20X - .03X^2) / X

• = 20 - .03x

• = 20 – 3

• = 17 answer.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 17

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Find the maximum value of the

function :

f(x) = 2x^3 + 3x^2 -12x +1

• Maximum value is when first order differentiation

is zero & second order differentiation is less than

zero.

• First differentiation :

• 6X^2 + 6x -12 = 0

• X^2 +x – 2 = 0

• X^2 +2x –x -2 =0

• X (X +2) -1(X +2)

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Thus X = 1 or -2.

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Solution….

• Second differentiation:

• 12X + 6

• Here if we put the value of X = -2, we get

value in negative.

• f(x) = 2x^3 + 3x^2 -12x +1

• = 2 * ( -8) + 3 * 4 +24 +1

• =-16 +12 +24 +1

• =21 answer.

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Find the minimum value of the

function :

f(x) = 2x^3 + 3x^2 -12x +1

zero & second order differentiation is less than zero.

• First differentiation :

• 6X^2 + 6x -12 = 0

• X^2 +x – 2 = 0

• X^2 +2x –x -2 =0

• X (X +2) -1(X +2)

• Thus X = 1 or -2.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 20

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Solution…

• Second differentiation:

• 12X + 6

• Here if we put the value of X = 1, we get

value in positive, so X = 1

• f(x) = 2x^3 + 3x^2 -12x +1

• =-6 answer. ( minimum value).

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Differentials

• Definition

– (dy/dx = f (x))

– dy = f (x) Δx

• Use:

– Δy ≈ dy

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Indefinite Integral

• Anti-derivative of f(x) is F(x) such that

– F'(x) = f(x)

– dF(x) = f(x) dx

∫f(x) dx = F(x) + C

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 23

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Indefinite Integral

• Basic integration formulas

– Page 625 of text

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Integrations with initial conditions

• y = ∫f(x) dx = F(x) + C

– C = y0 – F(x0)

– Example from notes

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EVPI

• Expected Value of Perfect Information

• the maximum amount which the decision

maker can spend for obtaining the perfect

information as to which event would occur

is called EVPI.

• EVPI = expected profit with perfect

information - expected monetary value of

optimal act.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 26

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EXAMPLE…

• A physician purchases a particular medicine on

Monday of each week. The medicine must be

used within the week following, otherwise it

becomes worthless. The medicine costs Rs. 2

per dose and Physician charges Rs. 4 per dose.

The past 50 weeks record of uses are as

foliows

• Dose per week 20 25 40 60

• No. of weeks 5 15 25 5

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Solution – payoff matrix

Demand Probabilit 20 25 40 60

y

20 5/50 = .1 40 30 0 -40

25 15/50=.3 40 50 20 -20

40 25/50=.5 40 50 80 40

60 5/50=.1 40 50 80 120

EMV 40 48 54 22

Optimal

action Perfect

information

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SOLUTION….

• EMPI = with perfect information:

• 40*.1 + 50*.3 + 80*.5 + 120*.1 = 71

• EMV = 54

• EVPI = 71 – 54 = 17 answer.

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MAXIMIN CRITERION

• The decision maker tries to maximise the

minimum gains or he tries to pick the best

of the worst.

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MINIMAX REGRET CRETERION

• The decision maker selects that act, which

will give the minimum of the maximum

opportunity losses. Hence prepare

opportunity loss table for each option (act).

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Example = solve it using Maximin

and Minimax criterion

Action A B C D

S1 8 0 10 6

S2 -4 12 18 -2

S3 14 6 9 8

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MAXIMIN

Action A B C D MIN.

S1 8 0 10 6 0

S2 -4 12 18 -2 -4

S3 14 6 9 8 6

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SOLUTION

• Maximin is 6, because it is maximum out

of the minimums.

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MINIMAX OPPORTUNITY LOSS

TABLE

Action A B C D max

regret

S1 6 12 8 2 12

S2 18 0 0 10 18

S3 0 6 9 0 9

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Solution …

• We will first identify the regrets for each

value, then select maximum regret for

each row and then pick up the minimum

regret out of all the regrets (which are

maximum from their rows). For calculating

regrets, subtract each value from the

maximum value from its column.

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Decision tree…

• An organisation has two packaging machines old and new. the

new machine is more efficient if the materials are of good quality;

on the other hand the old machine performs better if the materials

are of poor quality. The following information is available

• (i) In the previous batches 80% of the materials have been of good

quality and 20% of poor quality

• (ii) The profit position is as under

• (a) Using old machine

• If the materials are good Profit of Rs. 2,000 If the materials are poor

Profit of Rs. 1,600

• (b) Using new Machine

• If the materials are good Profit of Rs. 2,400

• If the materials are poor Profit of Rs. 800

You have to decide which machine should be used under the

condition that quality of the materials is not known at this stage.

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Decision tree….

1600

2000

+ 320

Good P = .8

= 1920

poor

2400 p =.8

Good

NEW

1920+160

Poor =2080

800 P = .2

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Solution ….

• When we prepare a decision tree, we are

preparing a list of all the options with their

respective payoffs along with their

probabilities. The option, which has the

highest payoff possibilities is selected

based on the computations.

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• A client asks an estate agent to sell three

properties A, B and C:. The agent has to

sell A first within 60 days. If he is

successful he can either backout or try to

sell B or C. After selling second again

either he can backout or try to sell third. He

receives 5% commission on each sale. The

detail is given in next slide:

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Continued..

Property Cost Probability Selling price

A 400 .7 12000

B 225 .6 25000

C 450 .5 50000

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Decision tree ..

800

765

Sold b Sold C

400

884 Sell C .

Sell B

5

200 .6

Sell A

Fail

-225.4 backout

.7 1063

Sell

C Try B Sold b

.5 so

ld 525

.3 1288

Fail -400 c

Backo fail

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Tabular presentation ….

• We will try for each Sell Suc Fail Sell Fail

option. We will look at B eed C

all the possibilities

and multiply those

with respective

probabilities to find

their expected

payoffs. First option :

sell B :

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Total cost of a firm is as under:

c = 25 +2x +.01x^2

the firm can sell as much as it

wishes at 30 per unit. How much

should it sell to maximise profits?

• =30x – (25 +2x +.01x^2)

• =-.01x^2 +28X -25

• To maximise, first differentiation must be 0 and second

differentiation must be negative.

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Solution…

• =-.02x+28 = 0

• X = 1400

• Second differentiation :

• -.02 (which is negative), thus profit is

maximum at x = 1400 answer.

• Profit:

• =-.01*1400*1400 +28*1400 -25

• =19575 answer.

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A manufacturer can sell x items

per week at price (one item)

p=20-.001x and cost is c = 5x

+2000 to produce x items. How

much should it produce to

maximise profits?

• Profit = (20-.001x)x - (5x+2000))

• =20x - .001x^2 – 5x – 2000

• = -.001x^2 +15x -2000

• Differentiate it :

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Solution…

• -.001x^2 +15x -2000

• Differentiate it :

• -.002x+15 = 0

• X = 7500

• Second differentiation is -.002 (which is

negative).

• The firm should make 7500 items.

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A company charges Rs. 200 for

each box of tools on orders of 150

or fewer boxes. The cost to the

buyer on every box is reduced by

Re. 1 for each order in excess of

150. For what size order is the

revenue maximum ?

• Price per box = (suppose order size is x)

• =200 – 1(x-150) OR –x + 350

• Total revenue = (-x+ 350)x

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Solution…

• Total revenue = (-x+ 350)x

• Differentiate it :

• -2x +350 = 0

• X = 175

• Second differentiation:

• -2 (which is negative).

• Thus order size of 175 will maximize the

revenue.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 49

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Demand function of a firm is

p=700-.3x and cost function (total)

is c=15x+20000, where p is price

per unit and x is number of units

produced. Find the production for

maximum profit?

• Profit = revenue – cost

• Revenue = (700 -.3x) X = 700x -.3x^2

• Cost= c=15x+20000

• Profit = 700x -.3x^2 – (15x+20000)

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 50

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Solution

• Profit = 700x -.3x^2 – (15x+20000)

• =685x - .3x^2 – 20000

• Differentiate it :

• 685 - .6x =0

• X = 1141.67

• Second differentiation :

• = -.6 (this is negative). Thus the

production should be 1142 answer.

11/28/09 AFTERSCHO☺OL's MATERIAL 51

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A manufacturing firm requires 45000

units of a particular item as raw

material. The item is packed in boxes

of 10 items each. The ordering cost is

rupees 45 per order. If the carrying

charges are Rs. 2 per box, how many

boxes should be ordered for minimum

cost ?

• Number of orders = 4500/x

• X = number of boxes per order

• Cost = carrying cost + ordering cost.

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Solution …

• Cost = carrying cost + ordering cost.

• Carrying cost = 2 * average inventory

• Average inventory = x/2, thus carrying

cost=2x/2

• Ordering cost = 45 * ( 4500/x)

• Total cost = 202500/x + 2x/2

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Solution…

• First Differentation

• Total cost = 202500/x + 2x/2

• =-202500/x^2 +1 = 0 OR -202500/x^2 = -1

• X^2 = 202500 or X = 450

• Second differentiation :

• (x^2*differentiation of -202500)-(-202500*2x)/x^4

• =405000x / x^4 OR 405000/X^3 (this is positive,

therefore the number of boxes should be 450 per

order). Answer.

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Remember …

• For maximisation, first differentiation

should be zero and second differentiation

must be negative.

• For minimisation, first differentiation

should be zero and second differentiation

must be positive.

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About AFTERSCHO☺OL

• PGPSE - World’s most comprehensive

programme on social entrepreneurship –

after class 12th

• Flexible – fast changing to meet the

requirements

• Admission open throughout the year

• Complete support from beginning to the

end – from idea generation to making the

project viable.

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Branches of AFTERSCHO☺OL

• PGPSE programme is open all over the

world as free online programme.

• Those who complete PSPSE have the

freedom to start branches of

AFTERSCHO☺OL

• A few branches have already started -

one such branch is at KOTA (Rajasthan).

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Workshop on social

entrepreneurship

• We conduct workshop on social

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workshop on social entrepreeurship.

• These workshops are great moments of

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• AFTERSCHO☺OL is absolutely free

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