# Calculus Formulas Q15

 floor function  (def) Greatest integer less than or equal to x.    (graph) ceiling function (def) Least integer that is greater or equal to x.   (graph)   (graph) Change of base rule for logs: Circle formula: Parabola formula: Ellipse formula: Hyperbola formula: eccentricity 1 law of sines: law of cosines: area of triangle using trig: parameterization of ellipse: 1 0 Intermediate Value Theorem If a function is continuous between a and b, then it takes on every value between  and . definition of derivative 0 1 slope of parameterized curve: derivative formula for inverses Extreme Value Theorem If  is continuous over a closed interval, then  has a maximum and minimum value over that interval. Mean Value Theorem (for derivatives) If  is a differentiable function over , then at some point between  and : linearization formula Newton’s Method Mean Value Theorem (for definite integrals) If  is continuous on , then at some point  in , First fundamental theorem: Trapezoidal Rule: Simpson’s Rule:         Integration by parts (formula): order for choosing u in integration by parts: LIPETlogs,inverse trig.,polynomial,exponential,trig. exponential change & continuous compound interest: half-life logistics differential equation: logistics growth model surface area about x axis (Cartesian): length of curve (Cartesian): Authorgkellymath ID280259 Card SetCalculus Formulas Q15 DescriptionHanford High School Calculus quiz #15: Includes all AB formulas (through 102) Updated2014-12-04T17:36:07Z Show Answers