When a missile strikes a target, you are seeing 1/m, among a few other things. Your systems are calculating this INTERSECTING slope at super speed, but, at the last second, about a second, just like a Great White Shark, it lets its radar eyes roll back in its head and bites where IT THOUGHT you would be-either you break lock or you are there and bitten. Missiles must evolve..they must learn to use ambient emission
Derivatives Color by Number, Version 2If you liked Derivatives Color by Number Version 1, you will love this one, too. This fun, engaging activity includes 14 questions on derivatives after the chain rule. Problems include trig functions, inverse trig functions, exponentials, radicals, quotients and logarithms (see preview for problems).