If you know how to work your way around derivatives, well good for you, but could you tell what use they have in your everyday life? This is somehow an interesting question, don't you think? So if you are up to the challenge complete our small and easy quiz, now!
The clutch
The odometer and the speedometer
The Steering wheel and the wheels
The Breaks and the lever
With the help of a graph
With the use of an excel graph.
By measuring the variations of given data.
By measuring fluctuations over a certain point in time.
When earthquakes occur.
When calculating the rate of heat flow.
To study a volcano
To study the change in seasons.
In census
During election
When voting a budget
During a crisis
A knife.
A sword.
A radar gun
A regular gun.
To measure the change in the base of a solid
To measure transformation in solutions
To measure velocity.
To measure change in substance.
Socrates
Newton
Pythagoras
Einstein
To measure the variation in profit.
To measure wealth
To check inventory
To check cash flows
A negative option
The middle point
A maximal value
A positive value
It's to get a sequence of solutions that are getting very close to f(x).
It's to get a sequence of numbers that are getting very close to the actual solution.
It's to get a sequence of numbers that are getting very close to x.
It's to get a sequence of numbers that are getting very close to d/dx.