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• 1 Derivative — This article is an overview of the term as used in calculus. For a less technical overview of the subject, see Differential calculus. For other uses, see Derivative (disambiguation) …

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• 2 derivative — derivatively, adv. derivativeness, n. /di riv euh tiv/, adj. 1. derived. 2. not original; secondary. n. 3. something derived. 4. Also called derived form. Gram. a form that has undergone derivation from anoth …

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• 3 Line integral — Topics in Calculus Fundamental theorem Limits of functions Continuity Mean value theorem Differential calculus  Derivative Change of variables Implicit differentiation Taylor s theorem Related rates …

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• 4 Derivative suit — A shareholder derivative suit is a lawsuit brought by a shareholder on behalf of a corporation against a third party. Often, the third party is an insider of the corporation, such as an executive officer or director. Shareholder derivative suits… …

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• 5 Derivative of a constant — In calculus, the derivative of a constant function is zero (A constant function is one that does not depend on the independent variable, such as f(x) = 7). The rule can be justified in various ways. The derivative is the slope of the tangent to… …

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• 6 Derivative (examples) — Example 1Consider f ( x ) = 5:: f (x)=lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{f(x+h) f(x)}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{f(x+h) 5}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{(5 5)}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{0}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} 0 = 0The derivative of a constant… …

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• 7 Line graph — This article is about the mathematical concept. For statistical presentation method, see line chart. In graph theory, the line graph L(G) of undirected graph G is another graph L(G) that represents the adjacencies between edges of G. The name… …

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• 8 Line of credit — Finance Financial markets Bond market …

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• 9 line — [OE] The closest modern English line comes to its ancestor is probably in the fisherman’s ‘rod and line’ – a ‘string’ or ‘chord’. For it goes back to Latin līnea ‘string’. This was a derivative of līnum ‘flax’ (source of English linen), and hence …

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• 10 line — [OE] The closest modern English line comes to its ancestor is probably in the fisherman’s ‘rod and line’ – a ‘string’ or ‘chord’. For it goes back to Latin līnea ‘string’. This was a derivative of līnum ‘flax’ (source of English linen), and hence …

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• 11 line — 1. A mark, strip, or streak. In anatomy, a long, narrow mark, strip, or streak distinguished from the adjacent tissues by color, texture, or elevation. SEE ALSO: linea. 2. A unit of …

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• 12 Partial derivative — In mathematics, a partial derivative of a function of several variables is its derivative with respect to one of those variables with the others held constant (as opposed to the total derivative, in which all variables are allowed to vary).… …

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• 13 Two-line elements — Orbital parameter for the SGP4 model (or one of the SGP8, SDP4, SDP8 models) are determined for many thousands of space objects by NORAD and are freely distributed on the Internet in the form of TLEs by Celestrak (http://celestrak.com/). Here the …

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• 14 Phase line — In mathematics, a phase line is a diagram which shows the behaviour of an autonomous ordinary differential equation. The term is also used in histogeographic maps and military maps to show some positional dependency or relation to the passage of… …

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• 15 Secant line — A secant line of a curve is a line that (locally) intersects two points on the curve. The word secant comes from the Latin secare , for to cut .It can be used to approximate the tangent to a curve, at some point P . If the secant to a curve is… …

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• 16 Generalizations of the derivative — The derivative is a fundamental construction of differential calculus and admits many possible generalizations within the fields of mathematical analysis, combinatorics, algebra, and geometry. Contents 1 Derivatives in analysis 1.1 Multivariable… …

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• 17 Functional derivative — In mathematics and theoretical physics, the functional derivative is a generalization of the directional derivative. The difference is that the latter differentiates in the direction of a vector, while the former differentiates in the direction… …

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• 18 Dini derivative — In mathematics and, specifically, real analysis, the Dini derivatives (or Dini derivates) are a class of generalizations of the derivative. The upper Dini derivative, which is also called an upper right hand derivative, of a continuous… …

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• 19 Schwarzian derivative — In mathematics, the Schwarzian derivative is a certain operator that is invariant under all linear fractional transformations. Thus, it occurs in the theory of the complex projective line, and in particular, in the theory of modular forms and… …

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• 20 Two-Line Elements — Éléments orbitaux : * a le demi grand axe de l orbite * e l excentricité de l orbite * i l inclinaison de l orbite * Ω la longitude du …

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