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= 9. We conclude that the slope of the tangent line to the graph of y = x 3 3x at x = 2 is 9. The tangent line passes through ( 2, f ( 2) ) = ( 2, 2) and has slope 9. Thus it has equation y ( 2) = 9( x ( 2) ) . The graph of the function and the tangent line are exhibited in Figure 2.9.
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In this book we will encounter both new and old terminology as well as some possibly confusing terminology that this section should help you understand. Concerning the latter, throughout this book this author uses the terms optical fiber and fiber optic interchangeably even though a purist might disagree. Thus, we will consider both glass and plastic to represent optical fibers as well as possible material used in a fiber optic. However, because plastic fiber provides only a fraction of the capability of glass fiber we will specifically reference the former in , this book. Otherwise, all references to fiber will be to glass-based fiber. Concerning other terminology while we will review applicable termi, nology throughout this book, a reminder of prefix values might be in order especially for a book that covers frequency bandwidth, and wave, , lengths that can considerably vary from the normal numbers that we work with on a daily basis. Thus, as a refresher the prefix milli represents , 10 3, micro represents 10 6, and nano represents 10 9, while kilo represents 103, mega represents 106, and giga represents 109. Other prefixes worth noting with respect to the field of optical networking but rarely encountered in everyday life are pico (10 12), femto (10 15), tera, a prefix that represents a trillion (1012), and peta (1015), which represents a quadrillion.
We have been using classes since the start of this book. Of course, only extremely simple classes have been used, and we have not taken advantage of the majority of their features. As you will see, classes are substantially more powerful than the limited ones presented so far. Let s begin by reviewing the basics. A class is a template that defines the form of an object. It typically specifies both code and data, with the code acting on the data. C# uses a class specification to construct objects. Objects are instances of a class. Thus, a class is essentially a set of plans that specify how to build an object. It is important to be clear on one issue: A class is a logical abstraction. It is not until an object of that class has been created that a physical representation of that class exists in memory. One other point: Recall that the methods and variables that constitute a class are called members of the class.
Property Type DeclaringType MemberTypes MemberType int MetadataToken Module Module string Name Type ReflectedType Description Obtains the type of the class or interface in which the member is declared. Obtains the kind of the member. This value indicates if the member is a field, method, property, event, or constructor. Obtains a value associated with a specific metadata. Obtains a Module object that represents the module (an executable file) in which the reflected type resides. The name of the type. The type of the object being reflected.
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