- What weren't we allowed to use on tests?
- Calculator
- The instantaneous rate of change will equal the mean rate of change somewhere in the interval
- mean value theorem
- a line that intersects a curve only once
- tangent line
- the slope of a tangent line
- derivative
- the slope of a vertical line
- undefined
- the rate of change with respect to x
- slope
- a line segment intersecting two lines
- secant lines
- the relative maximum and minimum points of the parent function
- critical point
- tells us max/min, increasing/decreasing intervals, slope of tan line, velocity
- first derivative test
- when the function changes concavity
- inflection point
- the derivative of speed
- velocity
- the derivative of velocity
- acceleration
- rate at a specific moment
- instantaneous rate
- where does a derivative not exist
- discontinuity
- the rate over a time interval
- average rate of change
- the absolute value of velocity
- speed
- what is it called when velocity is moving backwards
- negative velocity
- how can you tell if a function is concave up or down
- second derivative test
- the lowest point of a function
- absolute minimum
- a line or curve that the graph follows closely but never touches
- asymptotes
- the highest point of a function
- absolute maximum
- when there is a range on a function or set of numbers
- bounded
- an interval that contains its endpoints
- closed interval
- when the graph of a function is continuous
- continuity
- a function that moves upward from left to right
- increasing function
- a function obtained by switching the x and y variables in a function
- inverse function
- does not include its endpoints
- open interval
- the set of x-values for which a functon is defined
- domain
- rates if change are related by differentiation
- related rates

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