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International Baccalaureate

Mathematics Portfolio - Standard Level Type I

Derivatives of Sine Functions

Student Names: Nam Vu Nguyen

Set Date: Monday, January 14, 2008

Due Date: Tuesday, February 05, 2008

School Name: Father Lacombe Senior High School

Teacher: Mrs. Gabel

I CERTIFY THAT THIS PORTFOLIO ASSIGNMENT IS ENTIRELY MY OWN WORK

                                         Nam Vu Nguyen: ___________________________________

International Baccalaureate

Mathematics Portfolio - Standard Level - Type I

Derivatives of Sine Functions

Mathematics the study of the concepts of quantity, structure, space and change, is a type of science that draws conclusions and connections to the world’s analytical problems around us. Mathematicians call the study of mathematics, a science of patterns that is discovered in numbers, space, science, computers, imaginary abstractions, and everything that is contained in the universe itself. Mathematics is also found in numerous natural phenomena that occur around us each and every day. Today math is used to be applied and developed into numerous evolving educational fields, inspiring humans to discover and make use of their mathematical knowledge, which will in turn lead to entirely new discoveries.

The purpose of this mathematical paper is to explore and analyze the derivative of the trigonometric function:image00.png. In this portfolio, the derivative is a function that is used to find the instantaneous rate of change, or gradient, of another function at a given point along the x-axis.

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Once again since image72.pngtherefore image73.png and image83.pngis able to be reduced to image84.pngby substituting 0 in for h, which will create the following limits formula:

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When simplified will become:

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Therefore the derivative which is also called “differential quotient”, is a function that is derived from an original function, which can create the instantaneous rate of change at any given point on the original function.

Therefore the derivative of the functionimage00.png isimage54.png.

To prove that the above conjecture, that the derivative of the functionimage00.png isimage54.png, we will also solve for the derivative graphically as well. The derivative is defined as the slope at the pointimage89.png, and therefore where the derivative is based solely on the slope or the gradient of the original function ofimage00.png. The slope for the function of image00.png at 0, or in other words, when the tangent line remains horizontal on the graph; which are the respective maximum and minimum points, the derivative of sine is at 0 for its f (x) value in (x, f (x)).          
        

We can note the slope of image00.pngis at 0 when the function reaches its maximum and minimum amplitude which means that the derivative of image90.pngis equal to 0 at these points which areimage91.png. Using this information, we can plot the points in which x-intercepts of the derivative of image00.pngisimage92.png.

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Conclusion

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         After verifying that the slope of the original function does equal to the y-value of the derivative at a given point (x, f (x)), we can make a second conjecture:

Conjecture:

         “If the slope is a given number of the tangent line for the function image00.png, then it will equal image54.pngat the given point (x, f (x)) as the y-value.”

         We can now confirm that the derivative of sine is cosine, as the properties and given ordered points match.

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