Derivatives of inverse Functions Teacher Resources
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In this review worksheet, students match a function to the proper description. they identify the domain of a function. Students determine the slope of an inverse function. They find the derivative of given equations. This two-page worksheet contains approximately 60 problems.
The major goal of this activity is to collect data from a variety of experiments, and then determine what type of model best fits the data, and explain why. Students will explore a variety of relationships using pennies, pressure, temperature, light, and pe
Students graph functions and their inverse. In this graphing functions and their inverse lesson, students plot a point and its' image. Students plot the exponential and logarithm functions. Students find the slope of the function and its inverse by taking the derivative.
In this inverse function worksheet, students find the derivative of functions, identify the inverse function and compute limits of the function. This two-page worksheet contains 15 problems.
Students rewrite word problems using algebraic symbols. In this algebra activity, students explore piecewise functions through graphing and identifying the reasons for open and closed dots or solid and dotted lines. They derive the formula given the graph of a piecewise.
Students investigate the properties of inverse functions. In this trigonometry lesson, students write trigonometric equations for given functions. They calculate the inverse using properties of sine, cosine and tangent.
Young scholars identify the six trig values using ratios of a right triangle. In this trigonometry lesson, students graph inverse functions and perform operation using inverse trig values. They identify different properties of trig graphs.
Four warmup problems with multiple parts to each question covering inverse functions and derivatives.
In this derivatives worksheet, students use the chain rule to show equalities between functions. They read a tutorial that guides them through the process of using the chain rule to find derivatives. This worksheet includes five short answer problems.
Students explore the concept of differentiating inverse functions. In this differentiating inverse functions lesson, students find the first derivative of the inverse of sine function in a lecture style lesson.
For this calculus worksheet, students use the chain rule to derive functions. They use function notations correctly as they solve word problems using the derivative. There are 3 questions.
Students explore a variety of relationships using pennies, pressure, temperature, light and pendulums to determine the algebraic equation that best represents the pattern modeled by the variables involved in each situation.
Twelfth graders review concepts of logarithms for their test. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders review inverse function, limits, deratives and solving logs equations. They review the chain rule and domain and range of inverse logs.
Students solve equations using a given derivative. In this calculus activity, students identify the rise of fall of each function. They use the calculator to find the derivative.
In this implicit differentiation instructional activity, students compute the determinant of the Jacobian matrix and solve equations by implicit differentiation. This two-page instructional activity contains definitions, examples, and explanations. It contains approximately eight multi-step problems.
In this differentiable function worksheet, students identify differentiable functions and calculate the derivative of a function. This two-page worksheet contains eight multi-step problems.
Students graph curves with the derive program. In this math lesson, students explore technology and use to graph curves. This assignment creates a visual for trig and calculus functions.
In this calculus worksheet, students apply the properties of limits as they solve 40 functions with x approaching 1.
In this math worksheet, students answer 7 questions regarding continuous functions, domains, differentiables, and inverse functions.
Student list the 6 trig functions and identify their inverse functions. In this trigonometry activity, students derive the inverse trig functions using the derivative. They solve problems using the inverse functions through substitution.