Chapter 07: Plane Curves II

Notes of the book Calculus with Analytic Geometry written by Dr. S. M. Yusuf and Prof. Muhammad Amin, published by Ilmi Kitab Khana, Lahore - PAKISTAN. Asymptote

  • Asymptotes: A straight line $l$ is called an asymptote for a curve $C$ if the distance between $l$ and $C$ approaches zero as the distance moved along $l$ (from some fixed point on $l$) tends to infinity.
  • Asymptotes of polar curves
  • Maxima and Minima
  • Concavity
  • Second derivative test for extrema
  • Application of extrema to word problems
  • Singular points
  • Tangents at the origin
  • Types of cusps
  • Use of partial derivative

Solutions (Notes)

The following notes are shared by Mr. Shahid Javed.

The following notes are written by Prof. Shariq Mehtab Syed.