# Summary

The area of the region bounded by the curve y = f ( x) between limits x = a and x = b

Summary

┬Ę           The area of the region bounded by the curve y = f ( x) between limits x = a and x = b with x ŌĆōaxis if area lies above x-axis is = .

┬Ę           The area of the region bounded by the curve y=f(x)x between the limits x = a  and x = b with x ŌłÆ axis if area lies below x ŌłÆ axis is = ┬Ę           The area of the region bounded by the curve x = g(y) between te limits y = c and y = d with y - axis if the area lies to the right of y- axis is = ┬Ę           The area of the region bounded by the curve x = g ( y) between the limits y=d and y=e with y-axis if the area lies to the left of y- axis is = ┬Ę           The area between the two given curves y=f(x) and y=g(x) from x = a to x = b , is aŌł½b ( f ( x) ŌłÆ g ( x)) dx.

┬Ę           If the rate of growth or sale of a function is a known function of t say f(t) where t is a time measure, then total growth (or) sale of a product over a time period t  is given by,

┬Ę           Total sale

┬Ę           Elasticity of demand is

┬Ę           Total inventory carrying cost

┬Ę           Amount of annuity after N Payment is A ┬Ę           Cost function is C = Ōł½ ( MC) dx + k.

┬Ę           Average cost function is AC = C/x , x ŌēĀ 0

┬Ę           Revenue function is R = Ōł½( MR )dx + k.

┬Ę           Demand function is P = R/x

┬Ę           Profit function is =MRŌĆōMC = R ŌĆ▓( x) ŌłÆ C ŌĆ▓( x)

┬Ę           ConsumerŌĆÖs surplus

┬Ę           ProducerŌĆÖs surplus

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