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- Branching Rules for Principal Series Representations
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- MAT3166: Elementary Number Theory Course Notes, University of Ottawa
- Student Guide: Maple T.A. Amanda Garcia
- Introduction Number theory is an ancient area of mathematics. Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), whose work de-
- MAT 3166: Elementary Number Theory : Fall 2011 Professor: Monica Nevins, mnevins@uottawa.ca, Office KED 305D.
- Example 4.13. Find all local extrema of f(x) = |3x -4|. We rewrite this as
- MAT3166: Elementary Number Theory Course Notes, University of Ottawa
- If she walks around the lake, that's a distance of r = 2 km so would take 2/6 = /3 hours. If she rows directly across the lake, that's a distance of 2r = 4 km so would take 4/3 hours.
- The function e2x is going up twice as fast as ex is, so its derivative should be twice as steep. To make this precise, we'll use (soon!) the chain rule.
- We'll discover a beautiful solution for some indeterminate forms in Section 4.5. 4.3 Lecture 18: Indeterminate forms and l'Hospital's rule
- MAT3166: ASSIGNMENT #3 DUE IN CLASS ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2011
- MAT3166: Elementary Number Theory Course Notes, University of Ottawa
- 3.7 Lecture 12: The substitution method for integration So far we can only calculate indefinite integrals when the integrand is a function whose anti-derivative we already
- 3.9.3 A partial fractions example These examples can be very long to do. Please see the textbook for more examples.
- 2.3 Lecture 5: The Fundamental Theorem We've discussed the tangent problem and the area problem
- 3.4 Lecture 9: The chain rule and more derivatives See [S, Ch 3.4 and parts of 3.7] for today's lecture.
- The number f(ti)(ti+1 -ti) = f(ti)t is the product of the velocity of the particle at time ti and time ti+1 -ti. If the velocity didn't change over that interval, then this number would be exactly the displacement of the particle
- 3.9 Lecture 14: Additional techniques of integration This material is from Section 5.7 and Appendix G of the textbook. We have already discussed trigonometric
- Applications of Differentiation So far in this course, we have done
- In this case, the difference quotient will be different at x = 1, depending on whether h > 0 or h < 0. Case h < 0
- We cannot apply the exponential rule, because the base is not a constant. So it's not xx(ln(x)). We have y = xx so ln(y) = x ln(x). We can differentiate both sides with respect to x, remembering to use the
- Example 2.29. If (x) is the linear density of a rod, then a (x) dx = m(b) -m(a), where m(x) is the mass of a
- 3.6 Lecture 11: Implicit differentiation, and specific antiderivatives 3.6.1 The remaining inverse trigonometric functions
- MAT3166: ASSIGNMENT #1 DUE IN CLASS ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2011
- The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus We now proceed to outline the major themes of Calculus, a discussion which culminates in the Fundamental
- MAT 1320 A Fall 2011 October 5th, 8:30 Prof. Nevins 1. [2 points] Solve for x : e3x+5
- MAT1320A: Some notes related to the first two lectures.
- In practice (like when you're developing a rule of thumb for drug dosages, for example, or car stopping distances): you choose a convenient a, find L(x) for x near a, and then graphically, numerically or algebraically
- MAT3166: ASSIGNMENT #5 Reminders: Final project is due (via email as a pdf file, or on paper if you like) by December
- 3.8 Lecture 13: Method of Integration by Parts Last time we learned how to use substitution to change one integral into a (hopefully) simpler integral. The goal
- MAT3166: ASSIGNMENT #2 DUE IN CLASS ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2011
- MAT3166: ASSIGNMENT #4 DUE IN CLASS ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2011
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- f (x) is defined on the entire domain of f f (x) = 0 when 1 = ln(x) or x = e
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