By Salih N. Neftci, Ali Hirsa
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The ratio itself becomes the rate of change in y during the same interval. 23) would represent the rate at which the price changes during an interval . 23)? In defining the derivative, the limit has a practical use. 23) independent of the size of , the time interval that passes. For making the ratio independent of the size of , one pays a price. The derivative is defined for infinitesimal intervals. For larger intervals, the derivative becomes an approximation that deteriorates as gets larger and larger.
We partition this interval into n subintervals by selecting the ti , i = 1, . . , n, as 0 = t0 , . . 13) The ti − ti−1 represents the length of the ith subinterval. 8) This function is generally used in discounting asset prices in continuous time. The exponential function has a number of important properties. It is infinitely differentiable. 10) Finally, if x is a random variable, then y = ex will be random as well. 7) converges to an irrational number between 2 and 3 as n → ∞. This number is denoted by the letter e.
As becomes smaller and smaller, with A fixed, the segment AB converges toward the tangent at the point A. Hence, the derivative fx is the slope of this tangent. When we add the product fx to f (x), we obtain the point C. This point can be taken as an approximation of B. Whether this will be a “good” or a “bad” approximation depends on the size of and on the shape of the function f (·) Two simple examples will illustrate these points. 5. Here, is large. As expected, the approximation f (x) + fx is not very near f (x + ).
An Introduction to the Mathematics of Financial Derivatives (3rd Edition) by Salih N. Neftci, Ali Hirsa