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1. | A time-saving way to organize work of repeated integrations by parts i known as ___________. |

2. | A discontinuity c of the function f for which f(c) can be re-defined so that limit as x-->c f(x) = f(c). |

3. | A point where the graph of a function has a tangent lines, and the concavity changes. |

5. | An equation involving two or more variables that are differentiable function of time that can be used to find an equation relative the corresponding rates. |

6. | The set of points in a plane whose distances from two fixed points in the plane have a constant difference. |

7. | The unique solution of a differential equation satisfying the given initial condition (or conditions). |

8. | The absolute value (or magnitude) of velocity. |

12. | The line about which a solid of revolution is generated. |

15. | The circle of radius 1 centred at the origin. |

16. | The derivative of an acceleration function with respect to time. |

17. | A Taylor Series centred at x = 0. |

18. | The ___________ of two positive numbers a and b is sqrt(a*b). |

19. | The McLaurin series for f(x) = (1+x)^m. |

21. | A Function f for which there is a positive number o, such that f(x+p) = f(x), for every value fo x. |

22. | A Complex NUmber in the form 0 + bi. |

24. | The error incurred in using a finited partial sum to estimate the sum of an infinite series. |

25. | For the requation dy/dx = f(x, y) is a plot of short line segments with slopes f(x, y) at a lattice of points (x, y) in the plane. |

26. | When a small changein x produces a large change in the value of a fnction, f(x), we say that the function is relatively ________. |

28. | A _____ is where the dlopes the secant lines aproach infinity from one side, and - infinity from the other. (An extreme case of a corner). |

29. | (u*v)' = u'*v + v'*u |

30. | In polar coordinates the positive x-axis is the? |

33. | The rate of change of position with respect to time. |