The Derivative Song thank god for derivatives. " We used to use the change in y over the change in x to find the slope of a straight line, nothing too complex This won't work for curve slopes - not accurate enough; I have for you a calc method, I swear it's not that tough - for thank God for derivatives,...
Concavity and Second Derivatives Concavity and Second Derivatives - Examples of using the second derivative to determine where a function is concave up or concave down. For more free videos, visit Austin Math Tutor, Austin Math Tutoring, Austin Algebra Tutor, Austin Calculus Tutor
Partial Derivatives Introduction to partial derivatives.
subprime derivatives short segment on cnbc showing how and why the subprime market is turning sour
Derivative Rag Wanna learn calculus the fun way? Then check this out! Written and performed by Dr. Eric McDowell, chair of the Math Department at Berry College.
Calculus: Derivatives 2 More intuition of what a derivative is. Using the derivative to find the slope at any point along f(x)=x^2
Calculus: Derivatives 2.5 (new HD version) Calculus-Derivative: Finding the derivative of y=x^2
Sketching the Derivative of a Function Sketching the Derivative of a Function - In this video, I sketch the derivative of two different functions. That is, I give the graph of y = f(x), and do a rough sketch of the graph f ' (x). For more free math videos, visit
Derivative of a position vector valued function Visualizing the derivative of a position vector valued function
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Finding the Directional Derivative Finding the Directional Derivative - In this video, I give the formula and do an example of finding the directional derivative that corresponds to a given angle. For more free math videos, visit
Basic Derivative Examples Basic Derivative Examples - A few examples of finding derivatives for 'easy' functions. For more free math videos, check out
Partial Derivatives 2 More on partial derivatives
Derivatives (part 9) More examples of taking derivatives
Calculus: Derivatives 1 Finding the slope of a tangent line to a curve (the derivative). Introduction to Calculus.
Calculus: Derivatives 1 (new HD version) Calculus-Derivative: Understanding that the derivative is just the slope of a curve at a point (or the slope of the tangent line)
Inverse Trigonometric Functions - Derivatives Inverse Trigonometric Functions - Derivatives - I give the formulas for the derivatives of the six inverse trig functions and do 3 derivative examples. For more free math videos, visit
Derivatives of Exponential Functions Derivatives of Exponential Functions - I give the basic formulas and do a few examples involving derivatives of exponential functions. For more free math videos, visit
Chain Rule for Finding Derivatives Chain Rule for Finding Derivatives - Two quick and basic examples! For more free math videos, visit
Finding a Derivative Using the Definition of a Derivative Finding a Derivative Using the Definition of a Derivative - The long way! Two complete examples are shown. For more free math videos, visit
Derivatives of Parametric Functions Derivatives of Parametric Functions - The formula and one example of finding the equation of a tangent line to a parametric curve is shown. For more free math videos, visit
Quotient Rule Why the quotient rule is the same thing as the product rule. Introduction to the derivative of e^x, ln x, sin x, cos x, and tan x
Derivatives - Product + Chain Rule + Factoring Derivatives - Product + Chain Rule + Factoring - A quick example for a friend out there in internet land! For more free math videos, check out
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Financial Derivatives Explained in Ten Minutes - Re: Derivative Markets and the 2nd Great Depression The Financial Meltdown Explained in Ten Minutes
More Complicated Derivative Examples More Complicated Derivative Examples - A couple of 'harder' examples where I find the derivative. For more free math videos, check out
WHAT IS A DERIVATIVE FAST Derivatives, futures, options, credit default swaps
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Finding Derivatives using your TI 89 calculator This video explains how to use the TI 89 graphing calculator to calculate derivatives, including n-th derivatives. To recap, the syntax to find derivatives is: Press F3 select 'differentiate' after the first parentheses enter your function press ',' (comma) enter the variable that you want to differentiate with (usually x) press ')' (close parentheses) d(function,variable)
The Indefinite Integral or Anti-derivative An introduction to indefinite integration of polynomials.
Calculus: Derivatives 3 Determining the derivatives of simple polynomials.
Understanding the Definition of the Derivative Understanding the Definition of the Derivative - In this video, I produce the definition of the derivative by thinking about slopes of tangent lines! I DO NOT use the definition of the derivative to actually calculate the derivative, although I have videos on that too!!
Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions In this video, I give the formulas for finding derivatives of logarithmic functions and use them to find derivatives! For more free math videos, visit
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Terry Gilliam slams Roland Emmerich (taken from "Getting Gilliam") On the set of his movie TIDELAND director Terry Gilliam explains to his child actress Jodelle Ferland the meaning of term "derivative" on the example of Roland Emmerich's films compared to the films by Steven Spielberg.
Calculus I- Derivative of a Function- This video demonstrates how to find the derivative of a function by definition in Calculus I. Find THOUSANDS of math problems and the video solutions at
All Creative Work Is Derivative Our second "Minute Meme," illustrating how all creative work builds on what came before. Photographed and animated by Nina Paley. Music by Todd Michaelsen ("Sita's String Theory," a Bonus Track on the soon-to-be-released Sita Sings the Blues soundtrack CD!). Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. More information at High-res and Ogg versions at
Calculus: Graphing Using Derivatives Graphing functions using derivatives.
Tom Lehrer - Derivative Song A fun little song about how to find a derivative. According to the Internet Archive, this video footage is from Irving "Kaps" Kaplansky's 80th Birthday Celebration on March 19, 1997 at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, CA. You can watch and download the whole performance at Video source:
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Financial Derivatives: What are They? - Housing Bubble Collapse - Unregulated Insurance Was the lack of regulation on financial derivatives the main cause of our economic collapse? Or was it the easy money that Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac were giving out for home mortgages like there was no tomorrow? I would say that it was both, but there were other factors involved as well. The way I see it is that there was overregulation on one hand, Fanny and Freddie, while on the other hand there was under regulation when it came to these derivatives. I believe that this economic crisis we find ourselves in can be laid squarely on the shoulders of our federal government. They were the ones, along with the Feds, who made regulations that provided easy money for the taking, which was the cause of the housing bubble, which would have to collapse eventually, that is why they call it a bubble, because it is unsustainable. I believe it's good that they are now proposing regulations on these insane casino style derivatives that have no economic value for our country. I just hope that congress does not do what it is famous for, which is to overreact to a problem, and in the process, make it worse. jbranstetter04