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Differentiation and Functions in Mathematics

Gain a good understanding of differentiation and functions in mathematics.

Publisher: Advance Learning
The free online Differentiation and Functions in Mathematics course will teach you how to calculate the differentiation of a function, how to plot your functions on graphs, applications of differentiation, integration and more. In mathematics, functions and differentiation go hand in hand, so an understanding of one can really boost your understanding of the other. Bring your math skills to the next level, today.
  • Duration

    1.5-3 Hours
  • Students

    3,355
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

In mathematics functions are the idealization of how a varying quantity depends on another quantity, and Differentiation allows you to find and show rates of change, the two work hand-in-hand. This course will give you a detailed insight to both functions and differentiation, and how to apply them for solving mathematical problems, and questions.

The course starts off with teaching you how to plot equations from a table of values on a graph, form quadratics to exponentials. You will learn about the algebra technique “completing the square” the process of translating functions on the X and Y axis and how to stretch them on both axis. Along with what the discriminant is and how to calculate it, and what inverse and Bijective functions are.
In the second module you will be introduced to basic differentiation and how to differentiate polynomials. You will learn about the equation of a tangent and a normal of a curve, what the second derivative is and how to derive it, differentiation of tangents, products and quotients. The module finishes by teaching you the Chain Rule, the Product Rule, and the Quotient Rule.

Next the course teaches you about the differentiation of logarithms, and how to differentiate trigonometry equations. After which the module discusses the relationship between differentiation and the rates of change, giving you two working examples. You will learn about using differentiation to calculate the turning points on a curve, the applications of differentiation in regards to velocity, acceleration, and electricity. Then the module moves on to showing you how to work out an algebraic formula from just two measurements, and exploring the relationship between different types of functions, their differential, and second derivative.

In the last topic you are introduced to Integration, in mathematics integration is the reverse of differentiation. You will learn about what it is at a basic level, integrating different types of formulas, and how to deal with the powers, indices and fractions for integration. You will be though about what definite integration is and integration with trigonometry and exponential equations.

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