## Lesson 1 – What Is A Derivative? (Calculus 1 Tutor)

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In this lesson we discuss the concept of the derivative in calculus. First, we will discuss what is a derivative in simple terms and work numerous derivative examples. Next we will explain how derivatives work in calculus including the rules of derivatives.

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But I had one problem.

– Distance is a quadratic function of time, when velocity is changing uniformly, in other words Acceleration is constant. Therefore function of Distance with respect to Time will be "t square" (t 2). Understood.

– Velocity is changing linearly with time if acceleration is constant. That's why its a straight sloping line – a linear function. The slope of this line is the acceleration. It is a constant value. There Function of Velocity with respect to Time is a linear function. A "t" with it's coefficient as the "slope" which is actually the Acceleration.

This slope can be any value .. depending on the acceleration. Am I right?

Why did you use the numeral 2 as the example of its slope?

It creates a confusion, because Derivative of t 2 is indeed 2t (I have studied calculus in college) .. however if we go by looking at the slope as Acceleration is could be a 3 or a 4 (which we know is not the derivative of t square)..

It's not clear .. (head scratching student) .. this slope theory is not holding for student / viewer.

– However if we continue with the graph analogy we see that since Acceleration is constant .. a graph of Acceleration vs Time t being constant is a flat line parallel to t – axis with value of the 'slope' we found in the previous graph of Velocity Vs Time. In the example it was taken as 2 .. which is fine .. but it could be 3 or 4 or whatever numeral

Just pointing out a confusion that may occur for newbies encountering Derivatives for the first time.

Maybe I missed something! (It's been 30 years since I did any calculus at all .. I was here to look for Videos that would help my child with calculus)

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Any logarithmic relationship between integrated and differential form of function ???

So we get rid of lengthy calculation

Any percentage relationship between differential and integrated forms of function

So we don't required any lengthy calculation

Any coefficients of correlation between differential and integrated forms of same function ??

So we get rid of lengthy calculation

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