**Applications**of the

**Derivative**identifies was that this concept is used in everyday life such as determining concavity, curve sketching and optimization. Topics include: Intervals of Increase and Decrease. ... The First

**Derivative**Test for Relative Maximum and Minimum. Concavity and Inflection Points.

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What is application of derivatives?

Definition of

**Derivative**.**Derivative**can be described as the slope at a point on a line around the curve and it is the most basic tool of calculus. It is also the rate of change at which one quantity changes with respect to another.What is the use of derivatives in real life?

**Differentiation**and integration can help us solve many types of real-world problems. We use the derivative to determine the

**maximum**and

**minimum**values of particular

**functions**(e.g. cost, strength, amount of material used in a building, profit, loss, etc.).

Why do we use differentiation?

A decreasing function is a function which decreases as x increases. ...

**We**can**use differentiation**to determine if a function is increasing or decreasing: A function is increasing if its derivative is always positive. A function is decreasing if its derivative is always negative.Why are derivatives important?

More on

**Derivatives**.**Derivatives**are the financial contracts that derive their value from the underlying assets. The value of a**derivative**depends upon the value of its underlying asset. The underlying assets, in this case, can be stocks, commodities, indices, currencies, rate of interest or exchange rates.**for zoom in click on page below**

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