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In general the area would be h/360 ϫ r2. Angle h is in radians. The area is h/2 ϫ r2. Since r ϭ 1, the area of this sector is h/2. The Basics Now the area of ⌬OAC р sector OAB р ⌬OAD or 1 1 1 Q R(cos h)(sin h) р Q R h р Q R AD 2 2 2 To get AD, we note that the smaller and larger triangles are similar; we get y sin h AD AD x ϭ cos h ϭ OA ϭ 1 ϭ AD sin h , multiply the whole inequality cos h by 2, and divide by sin h. Replace AD by We get cos h р 1 h р sin h cos h Taking limits, we get lim cosh р lim hS0 hS0 1 h 1 h р lim or 1 р lim р1 h S 0 sin h sinh h S 0 cos h We also notice that the only way that u р v and at the h ϭ 1.
NOTE 4 You sharp-eyed readers might have noticed we proved the statement for positive angles. If x Ͼ 0, sin(Ϫx) Ϫsin x sin x Ϫx ϭ Ϫx ϭ x would prove lemma 1 for negative angles. Let’s go on to the next rule. RULE 7 The product rule. If y ϭ f(x)g(x), then yЈ ϭ f(x)g(x)Ј ϩ g(x)f(x)Ј. The product rule says the first function multiplied by the derivative of the second and added to the second function multiplied by the derivative of the first. EXAMPLE 9— Find yЈ if y ϭ (x2 ϩ 3x ϩ 1)(5x ϩ 2) (first) (second) yЈ ϭ (x2 ϩ 3x ϩ 1) (first) (5) (second)Ј ϩ (5x ϩ 2) (second) (2x ϩ 3) (first)Ј Multiplying and combining like terms, we find yЈ ϭ 15x2 ϩ 34x ϩ 11.
5. Factor out dy/dx from all terms on the left; this coefficient is divided on both sides. Therefore it goes to the bottom of the fraction on the right. 6. Rearrange all terms so that the number is first and each letter occurs alphabetically. It really is easy with a little practice. Using this method, we find Ϫ4x3y7 Ϫ 3x2 dy ϭ 3y2 ϩ 7x4y6 dx EXAMPLE 17 CONTINUED— Maybe you think this is too complicated. Let’s do another with much simpler coefficients after taking the derivative: AyЈ ϩ B Ϫ CyЈϪ D ϭ 0.
Analytic and Plurisubharmonic Functions in Finite and Infinite Dimensional Spaces by Michel Herve