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Calculus Crossword

Across
A three dimensional solid consisting of all points equidistant from a given point
A unit for measuring angles
The highest point on a graph, especially over a specified domain. It is the greatest value of f(x) over a defined interval of x, provided y=f(x)
An algorithm within the calculus to find the derivative of the Product of two functions
Adjacent over hypotenuse
The rate of change of velocity over time
says that between two different values is an intermediate value somewhere between the extremes.
Amount of change divided by the time it takes
the value that a function or sequence "approaches" as the input or index approaches some value
A process, or function, in calculus to sum an infinite number of infinitesimal increments
the derivative of the cost function
Equally distant
Two rays sharing a common endpoint typically measured in degrees or radians.
behavior of the graph of f(x) as x approaches positive infinity or negative infinity
straight line of the equation , toward which a function f(x) approaches infinitesimally closely, but never reaches the line, as f(x) increases without bound
When approximating an integral in calculus we may treat each partition as a Trapezoid to determine the area under the curve.
Down
Rise over run
A point where the graph of a function has a tangent line and where the concavity changes
method for integrating a volume of revolution in calculus employs a thin, hollow disk as the partition of integration
A mathematical sentence built from expressions using one or more of the symbols <, >, ≤, or ≥
the number of items sold, x, times the price, p
When the graph of a function comes to a sharp point
Derivative of acceleration
The lowest point on a graph, especially over a specified domain. It is the least value of f(x) over a defined interval of x, provided y=f(x)
a y-value on a graph which a function approaches but does not actually reach
A Derivative taken of a first Derivative
Hypotenuse over adjacent
behavior of the graph of f(x) as x approaches positive infinity or negative infinity
Opposite over adjacent
rate of change, that is - the amount by which a function is changing at one given point
Opposite over hypotenuse