# Calculus Concepts 4th edition

Donald R. LaTorre, John W. Kenelly, Iris B. Reed, Laurel R. Carpenter, Cynthia R. Harris, Sherry Biggers
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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• Chapter 1: Ingredients of Change: Functions and Models
• 1.1: Models and Functions (5)
• 1.2: Linear Functions and Models (5)
• 1.3: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Models (3)
• 1.4: Logistic Functions and Models (2)
• 1.5: Polynomial Functions and Models (4)
• 1: Review (1)

• Chapter 2: Describing Change: Rates
• 2.1: Change, Percentage Change, and Average Rates of Change (2)
• 2.2: Instantaneous Rates of Change (3)
• 2.3: Derivative Notation and Numerical Estimates (2)
• 2.4: Algebraically Finding Slopes (2)
• 2: Review (1)

• Chapter 3: Determining Change: Derivatives
• 3.1: Drawing Rate-of-Change Graphs (5)
• 3.2: Simple Rate-of-Change Formulas (5)
• 3.3: Exponential and Logarithmic Rate-of-Change Formulas (3)
• 3.4: The Chain Rule (3)
• 3.5: The Product Rule (3)
• 3.6: Limiting Behavior Revisited: L'Hopital's Rule
• 3: Review (1)

• Chapter 4: Analyzing Change: Applications of Derivatives
• 4.1: Approximating Change (2)
• 4.2: Relative and Absolute Extreme Points (3)
• 4.3: Inflection Points (4)
• 4.4: Interconnected Change: Related Rates
• 4: Review

• Chapter 5: Accumulating Change: Limits of Sums and the Definite Integral
• 5.1: Results of Change and Area Approximations (8)
• 5.2: Accumulation Functions (7)
• 5.3: The Fundamental Theorem (11)
• 5.4: The Definite Integral (8)
• 5.5: Average Value and Average Rate of Change (7)
• 5.6: Integration by Substitution or Algebraic Manipulation (3)
• 5: Review (1)

• Chapter 6: Analyzing Accumulated Change: Integrals in Action
• 6.1: Perpetual Accumulation and Improper Integrals (6)
• 6.2: Streams in Business and Biology (7)
• 6.3: Integrals in Economics (11)
• 6.4: Probability Distributions and Density Functions (4)
• 6: Review

• Chapter 7: Repetitive Change: Cyclic Functions
• 7.1: Cycles and Sine Functions (4)
• 7.2: Sine Functions as Models (3)
• 7.3: Rates of Change and Derivatives (3)
• 7.4: Extrema and Points of Inflection (3)
• 7.5: Accumulation in Cycles (3)
• 7: Review (1)

• Chapter 8: Dynamics of Change: Differential Equations and Proportionality
• 8.1: Differential Equations and Slope Fields (5)
• 8.2: Separable Differential Equations (5)
• 8.3: Numerically Estimating by Using Differential Equations: Euler's Method
• 8.4: Second-Order Differential Equations
• 8: Review

• Chapter 9: Ingredients of Multivariable Change: Models, Graphs, Rates
• 9.1: Multivariable Functions and Contour Graphs (7)
• 9.2: Cross-Sectional Models and Rates of Change (7)
• 9.3: Partial Rates of Change (12)
• 9.4: Compensating for Change (7)
• 9: Review

• Chapter 10: Analyzing Multivariable Change: Optimization
• 10.1: Multivariable Critical Points (7)
• 10.2: Multivariable Optimization (9)
• 10.3: Optimization Under Constraints (5)
• 10.4: Least Squares Optimization
• 10: Review

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