Applied Calculus 5th edition

Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Patti Frazer Lock, Andrew M. Gleason, Daniel E. Flath, et al.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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• Chapter 1: Functions and Change
• 1.1: What Is a Function? (17)
• 1.2: Linear Functions (21)
• 1.3: Average Rate of Change and Relative Change (24)
• 1.4: Applications of Functions to Economics (18)
• 1.5: Exponential Functions (20)
• 1.6: The Natural Logarithm (27)
• 1.7: Exponential Growth and Decay (20)
• 1.8: New Functions from Old (15)
• 1.9: Proportionality and Power Functions (4)
• 1.10: Periodic Functions (6)
• 1: Review Problems (11)
• 1: Projects

• Chapter 2: Rate of Change: The Derivative
• 2.1: Instantaneous Rate of Change (15)
• 2.2: The Derivative Function (18)
• 2.3: Interpretations of the Derivative (26)
• 2.4: The Second Derivative (17)
• 2.5: Marginal Cost and Revenue (12)
• 2: Review Problems (9)
• 2: Projects
• 2: Focus on Theory: Limits, Continuity, and the Definition of the Derivative

• Chapter 3: Shortcuts to Differentiation
• 3.1: Derivative Formulas for Powers and Polynomials (36)
• 3.2: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (30)
• 3.3: The Chain Rule (19)
• 3.4: The Product and Quotient Rules (23)
• 3.5: Derivatives of Periodic Functions (8)
• 3: Review Problems (14)
• 3: Projects
• 3: Focus on Theory: Establishing the Derivative Formulas
• 3: Focus on Practice (3)

• Chapter 4: Using the Derivative
• 4.1: Local Maxima and Minima (19)
• 4.2: Inflection Points (16)
• 4.3: Global Maxima and Minima (15)
• 4.4: Profit, Cost, and Revenue (23)
• 4.5: Average Cost (7)
• 4.6: Elasticity of Demand (11)
• 4.7: Logistic Growth (1)
• 4.8: The Surge Function and Drug Concentration
• 4: Review Problems (11)
• 4: Projects

• Chapter 5: Accumulated Change: The Definite Integral
• 5.1: Distance and Accumulated Change (8)
• 5.2: The Definite Integral (9)
• 5.3: The Definite Integral as Area (5)
• 5.4: Interpretations of the Definite Integral (9)
• 5.5: Total Change and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
• 5.6: Average Value (5)
• 5: Review Problems (14)
• 5: Projects
• 5: Focus on Theory: Theorems about Definite Integrals (2)

• Chapter 6: Antiderivatives and Applications
• 6.1: Analyzing Antiderivatives Graphically and Numerically (3)
• 6.2: Antiderivatives and the Indefinite Integral (19)
• 6.3: Using the Fundamental Theorem to Find Definite Integrals (7)
• 6.4: Application: Consumer and Producer Surplus
• 6.5: Application: Present and Future Value
• 6.6: Integration by Substitution (31)
• 6.7: Integration by Parts (20)
• 6: Review Problems (21)
• 6: Projects
• 6: Focus on Practice

• Chapter 7: Probability
• 7.1: Density Functions (3)
• 7.2: Cumulative Distribution Functions and Probability (11)
• 7.3: The Median and the Mean (5)
• 7: Review Problems (4)
• 7: Projects

• Chapter 8: Functions of Several Variables
• 8.1: Understanding Functions of Two Variables (8)
• 8.2: Contour Diagrams (6)
• 8.3: Partial Derivatives (13)
• 8.4: Computing Partial Derivatives Algebraically (15)
• 8.5: Critical Points and Optimization (11)
• 8.6: Constrained Optimization (7)
• 8: Review Problems (7)
• 8: Projects
• 8: Focus on Theory: Deriving the Formula for a Regression Line

• Chapter 9: Mathematical Modeling Using Differential Equations
• 9.1: Mathematical Modeling: Setting up a Differential Equation (2)
• 9.2: Solutions of Differential Equations (4)
• 9.3: Slope Fields (3)
• 9.4: Exponential Growth and Decay (4)
• 9.5: Applications and Modeling (5)
• 9.6: Modeling the Interaction of Two Populations (9)
• 9.7: Modeling the Spread of a Disease
• 9: Review Problems (8)
• 9: Projects
• 9: Focus on Theory: Separation of Variables (14)

• Chapter 10: Geometric Series
• 10.1: Geometric Series (8)
• 10.2: Applications to Business and Economics (1)
• 10.3: Applications to the Natural Sciences
• 10: Review Problems (1)
• 10: Projects

• Chapter A: Appendix
• A.A: Fitting Formulas to Data
• A.B: Compound Interest and the Number e

• Chapter PT: Pretest
• PT: Problems for a Pretest
• PT: Problems on Trigonometry

The fifth edition of Applied Calculus by Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Patti Frazer Lock, Andrew M. Gleason, and Daniel E. Flath includes a focus on creative conceptual and modeling problems. This text provides students with the deeper skills needed to apply calculus on the job and highlights connections with real-world concerns. The WebAssign component for this textbook gives students immediate feedback, provides worked solutions on select questions, and includes links to the complete eBook.

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Chapter 1: Functions and Change
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Chapter 2: Rate of Change: The Derivative
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Chapter 3: Shortcuts to Differentiation
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Chapter 4: Using the Derivative
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Chapter 5: Accumulated Change: The Definite Integral
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Chapter 6: Antiderivatives and Applications
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Chapter 7: Probability
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Chapter 8: Functions of Several Variables
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Chapter 9: Mathematical Modeling Using Differential Equations
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Chapter 10: Geometric Series
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