First Year University Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Max/Min
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# First Year University Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Max/Min

Detailed solutions with clear explanations for math assignments of first year university
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Last updated 1/2016
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• 32 mins on-demand video
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What Will I Learn?
• UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING CONCEPTS:
• Partial derivatives
• First and higher order derivatives
• Clairaut’s theorem
• Finding critical points
• Finding maximum, minimum, and saddle points
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Requirements
• Basic knowledge of functions
• Basic knowledge of derivatives
• Basic knowledge of critical points
Description

The current course takes you through 12 sample questions along with step-by-step solution for each question. It will take about half an hour to finish this course. The topics covered in this course are focused on computing partial derivatives, first and higher order partial derivatives, finding critical points, and determine their types (using second derivative test). By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to compute first and higher order partial derivatives, use Clairaut’s theorem, identify and classify critical points, find maxima and minima and saddle points for functions of several variables. This will provide you with the skill set and confidence that you need for your exam.

Who is the target audience?
• Any first year university student
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
31:39
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First Year University Calculus: Partial Derivatives, Max/Min
13 Lectures 31:39
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Critical points
01:04

Critical points types-1
04:10

Partial derivatives-3
02:21

Partial derivatives-4
01:42

Max/Min problems-1
01:56

Max/Min problems-2
01:48

Clairaut's theorem
01:18

Partial derivative interpretation
01:05

Critical point types-2
04:34