# Class Notes for MATH 107 at Binghamton University

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Word Problem For Groups, Motorboat

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Let"s say in the coordinate plane, your final vector is 70 degrees from the x axis. Instead of saying 70 . you would say 70 n of e. Typical word proble
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## MATH 107 Lecture 8: Tangent Lines

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polar Coordinate System, Pythagorean Theorem, Rasin

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/4) (1) find x, which is equal to r cos (2) find y, which is equal to r sin (3) Your new point is (x, y): converting between rectangular and polar equa
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## MATH 107 Lecture 6: Implicit Differentiation

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## MATH 107 Lecture 8: Continuity

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## MATH 107 Lecture 7: Mean Value Therorem

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Asymptote

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2 2 1. sin ( ) + cos ( ) = 1. 2 2 2. tan ( ) + 1 = sec ( ) 1 + cot ( ) = csc ( : always remember the first one: if you forget the other two, you can al
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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Asteroid Family

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Saddle Point

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Unit Circle, Real Number

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## MATH 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Polar Coordinate System, Trigonometry, Pythagorean Theorem

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The cotangent has a period of : and we don"t bother with the amplitude, when you need to do the graphs, you may be tempted to try to compute a lot of p
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## MATH 107 Lecture 1: Polar Form of Complex Numbers

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2 ) b ) z z = r r [ c o s ( + ) + i s i n ( + ) ] Dividing two complex numbers: put both complex numbers into their polar forms (1) z sin . 2 ) b) z /
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