Across |

1. | The y-coordinate of the point where a curve intersects the y-axis. |

4. | Line that touches curve at one point. |

5. | / If a function is continuous in certain interval, then f(x) exist in any value of interval. |

6. | Rule for finding the derivative of a product of two functions. If both f and g are differentiable, then (fg)′ = fg′ + f′g. |

7. | Point on the graph where the derivative is either 0 or undefined. |

9. | Rule for finding the derivative of a quotient of two functions. If both f and g are differentiable, then so is the quotient f(x)/g(x). In abbreviated notation, it says (f/g)′ = (gf′ − fg′)/g2. |

10. | The amount of change divided by the time it takes. |

13. | The theorem that defines the method for taking the derivative of a composite function. |

14. | A line such that the distance between the curve and the line approaches zero as they tend to infinity. |

18. | The ratio of the "rise" divided by the "run" between two points on a line. |

19. | Having a decreasing derivative as the independent variable increases, having a negative second derivative. |

24. | Zero |

27. | Graph that touches the curve at two points. |

28. | The greatest y-value that function achieves, occurs either at a local maximum or an endpoint. |

30. | A graph that has discontinuity where there are plural asymptotes involved. |

31. | The value that a function or sequence "approaches" as the input or index approaches some value. |

32. | line that is at a 90 degree angle, perpendicular to a surface. |

33. | The ability to take the derivative of a function. |

34. | The x-coordinate of the point where a curve intersects the x-axis. |