
In Calculus the derivative if a costant function is:
B) Zero

State the formula for factoring Difference of Cubes.


State the formula for factoring Sum of Squares:
Sum of Squares is a prime and it cannot be factored.

State the formula for factoring Difference of Squares:

State the formula for factoring Addition of Perfect Squares:

State the formula for factoring Difference of Perfect Squares:

Explain in your own words what is meant by the equation:
Definition: Let f be a function defines on both sides of a, except possibly at a itself. Then
 means the the values of f(x) can be made arbitrarily large (as large as we please) by taking x sufficiently close to a, but not equal to a.

Explain in your own words what is meant by the equation:
Definition: Let f be defined on both sides of a, except possibly at a itself. Then
 means the the values of f(x) can be made arbitrarily large negative by taking x sufficiently close to a, but not equal to a.
Similar definitions can be given for onesided limits:

If the at least one of the following statements is true for curve y = f(x) the line x = a is called?
The line x = a is called and Vertical Asymptote


State the derivative of the trigonometric function:
The right answer is:

State the derivative of the trigonometric function:
The right anwer is:

State the derivative of the trigonometric function:
The right answer is:

State the derivative of the trigonometric function:
The right answer is:

State the derivative of the trigonometric function:
The right anwer is:

The trigonometric function:
is equivalent to:
Answer:

The trigonometric function,
is equivalent to:
The right answer is:

The trigonometric function,
is equivalent to:
The right answer is:

The trigonometric function,
is equivalent to:
The right anwer is:

The triginometric function,
is equivalent to:
 The corect answer is:

The trigonometric function,
is equivalent to:
 The right anwer is:


According to the Pythagorean trigonometric Identity,
The right answer is:

According to the Pythagorean trigonometric Identity,
The right answer is:

The trigonometric identity,
is queal to:
 The right answer is:

 Note: This identity is also true if we flip it:

The trigonometric identity,
is equal to:
The right answer is:

Simplify the following:
 Answer:
 Remember that terms with "like" variable and "like" are concider "like" terms.

Point out which one of this fractions has the smallest value.
 Answer:

Point out which of these fractions has the smallest value.
 Anwer:


State the antiderivative of:

State the Antiderivative of:

State the Antiderivative of:

State the Antiderivative of:

State the Antiderivative of:

