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Modeling the Dynamics of Life: Calculus...

3rd Edition

Frederick R. Adler

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780840064189

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Identify the variables and parameters in the following situations, give the units they might be...

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Identify the variables and parameters in the following situations, give the units they might be...

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Compute the values of the following functions at the points indicated and sketch a graph of the...

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Compute the values of the following functions at the points indicated and sketch a graph of the...

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Compute the values of the following functions at the points indicated and sketch a graph of the...

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Compute the values of the following functions at the points indicated and sketch a graph of the...

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Graph the given points and say which point does not seem to fall on the graph of a simple function....

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Graph the given points and say which point does not seem to fall on the graph of a simple function....

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Graph the given points and say which point does not seem to fall on the graph of a simple function....

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Evaluate the following functions at the given algebraic arguments. f(x)=x+5 at x=a,x=a+1, and x=4a.

Problem 12E:

Evaluate the following functions at the given algebraic arguments. g(y)=5y at y=x2,y=2x+1, and y=2x.

Problem 13E:

Evaluate the following functions at the given algebraic arguments. h(z)=15z at z=c5z=5c, and z=c+1.

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Evaluate the following functions at the given algebraic arguments. F(r)=r2+5 at r=x+1,r=3x, and...

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Sketch graphs of the following relations. Is there a more convenient order for the arguments? A...

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Sketch graphs of the following relations. Is there a more convenient order for the arguments? A...

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For each of the following sums of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the values at...

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For each of the following sums of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the values at...

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For each of the following sums of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the values at...

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For each of the following sums of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the values at...

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Foreach of the following products of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the value of the...

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For each of the following products of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the value of...

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For each of the following products of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the value of...

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For each of the following products of functions, graph each component piece. Compute the value of...

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Find the inverses of each of the following functions. In each case, compute the output of the...

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Find the inverses of each of the following functions. In each case, compute the output of the...

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Find the inverses of each of the following functions. In each case, compute the output of the...

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Find the inverses of each of the following functions. In each case, compute the output of the...

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Graph each of the following functions and its inverse. Mark the given point on the graph of each...

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Graph each of the following functions and its inverse. Mark the given point on the graph of each...

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Graph each of the following functions and its inverse. Mark the given point on the graph of each...

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Graph each of the following functions and its inverse. Mark the given point on the graph of each...

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Find the compositions of the given functions. Which pairs of functions commute? f(x)=2x+3 and...

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Find the compositions of the given functions. Which pairs of functions commute? f(x)=2x+3 and...

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Find the compositions of the given functions. Which pairs of functions commute? F(x)=x2+1 and...

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Find the compositions of the given functions. Which pairs of functions commute? F(x)=x2+1 and...

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Describe what is happening in the graphs shown. A plot of cell volume against time in days.

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Describe what is happening in the graphs shown. A plot of a Pacific salmon population against time...

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Describe what is happening in the graphs shown. A plot of the average height of a population of...

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Describe what is happening in the graphs shown. A plot of an Internet stock price against time.

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Draw graphs based on the following descriptions. A population of birds begins at a large value,...

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Draw graphs based on the following descriptions. The amount of DNA in an experiment increases...

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Draw graphs based on the following descriptions. Body temperature oscillates between high values...

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Draw graphs based on the following descriptions. Soil is wet at dawn, quickly dries out and stays...

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Evaluate the following functions over the suggested range, sketch a graph of the function, and...

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Evaluate the following functions over the suggested range, sketch a graph of the function, and...

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Evaluate the following functions over the suggested range, sketch a graph of the function, and...

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Evaluate the following functions over the suggested range, sketch a graph of the function, and...

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Consider the following data describing the growth of a tadpole. Graph length as a function of age.

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Consider the following data describing the growth of a tadpole. Graph tail length as a function of...

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Consider the following data describing the growth of a tadpole. Graph tail length as a function of...

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Consider the following data describing the growth of a tadpole. Graph mass as a function of length...

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The following series of functional compositions describe connections between several measurements....

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The following series of functional compositions describe connections between several measurements....

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The following series of functional compositions describe connections between several measurements....

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Each of the following measurements is the sum of two components. Find the formula for the sum....

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Each of the following measurements is the sum of two components. Find the formula for the sum....

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Consider the following data describing a plant. Graph M as a function of a. Does this function have...

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Consider the following data describing a plant. Graph V as a function of a. Does this function have...

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Consider the following data describing a plant. Graph G as a function of a. Does this function have...

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Consider the following data describing a plant. Graph G as a function of M. Does this function have...

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The total mass of a population (in kg) as a function of the time, t, is the product of the number of...

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The total mass of a population (in kg) as a function of the time, t, is the product of the number of...

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The total mass of a population (in kg) as a function of the time, t, is the product of the number of...

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The total mass of a population (in kg) as a function of the time, t, .is the product of the number...

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Have your graphics calculator or computer plot the following functions. How would you describe them...

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Have your graphics calculator or computer plot the following functions. How would you describe them...

Chapter 1 - Introduction To Discrete-time Dynamical SystemsChapter 1.2 - Variables, Parameters, And Functions In BiologyChapter 1.3 - The Units And Dimensions Of Measurements And FunctionsChapter 1.4 - Linear Functions And Their GraphsChapter 1.5 - Discrete-time Dynamical SystemsChapter 1.6 - Analysis Of Discrete-time Dynamical SystemsChapter 1.7 - Expressing Solutions With Exponential FunctionsChapter 1.8 - Oscillations And TrigonometryChapter 1.9 - A Model Of Gas Exchange In The LungChapter 1.10 - An Example Of Nonlinear Dynamics

Chapter 1.11 - An Excitable Systems: The HeartChapter 2 - Limits And DerivativesChapter 2.1 - Introduction To DerivativesChapter 2.2 - LimitsChapter 2.3 - ContinuityChapter 2.4 - Computing Derivatives: Linear And Quadratic FunctionsChapter 2.5 - Derivatives Of Sums, Powers, And PolynomialsChapter 2.6 - Derivatives Of Products And QuotientsChapter 2.7 - The Second Derivative, Curvature, And AccelerationChapter 2.8 - Derivatives Of Exponential And Logarithmic FunctionsChapter 2.9 - The Chain RuleChapter 2.10 - Derivatives Of Trigonometric Functions

Designed to help life sciences students understand the role mathematics has played in breakthroughs in epidemiology, genetics, statistics, physiology, and other biological areas, MODELING THE DYNAMCICS OF LIFE: CALCULUS AND PROBABILTY FOR LIFE SCIENTISTS, Third Edition, provides students with a thorough grounding in mathematics, the language, and 'the technology of thought' with which these developments are created and controlled. The text teaches the skills of describing a system, translating appropriate aspects into equations, and interpreting the results in terms of the original problem.

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