Good morning kids , as you can see in the board we will be learning a new topic today.
TANGENT LINE A tangent line to the function f(x) at the point is a line that just touches the graph of the function at the point in question and is “parallel” (in some way) to the graph at that point.
Four best friends not happy to be heading to school today.
What in the world is that? I struggle a lot with math!
Jess and Jeni weren't ready to step into school and start there first period class.
Here we go, lets start with this problem step by step
Example 1 Find the tangent line to f(x)= (x2-1)3 at the point (2,27) Step 1: Find the slope of the function by solving for its first derivative. f(x)= (x2-1)3 f'(x)= 3(x2-1)3(2x) f'(x)= 6x(x2-1)3
Mr.Gonzalez was starting class.
Okay I am getting it, can you just go a little slower please.
Many were happy with the new topic but others were not.
I am so excited!
Mr. Gonzalez wanted to work the problem step by step so the students can understand.
The students were getting it but they still had other steps to learn.