When a missile strikes a target, you are seeing 1/m, among a few other things. Your systems are calculating this INTERSECTING slope at super speed, but, at the last second, about a second, just like a Great White Shark, it lets its radar eyes roll back in its head and bites where IT THOUGHT you would be-either you break lock or you are there and bitten. Missiles must evolve..they must learn to use ambient emission
This quick reference sheets provides a go-to destination for students using the first and second derivative to graph functions in calculus. It can also be used inversely, with the students using the properties of the first and/or second derivative to draw conclusions about the parent function.