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Study Guide with practice examples and work. Last 2 pages are filled with derivative and other rules that help you solve problems, as well as formulas. For MA 16010, Calc 1.
This is a quick and simple study guide to help out with a quiz in math class for this week. It has two types of examples that will be on the quiz.
Math 16010 (Applied Calculus 1) Lessons 1-10 for Exam 1. Taught by Eduardo Garcia
These notes cover what will be on exam 2 for MA 16010. This is a great study tool for students who do not understand some of the content or just wish to get a better grade on the next exam. Good luck on the exam!
These are the notes from last week. Because there was an exam, there was only one day of notes. This should help with your homework and you should have a better understanding about concavity, inflection points, and the second derivative test.
These notes cover what was taught from the last 3 weeks. It contains how to solve limits, continuity, and differentiation. This should help you on your homework and exams.
differentiation: the product rule
These notes explain how to differentiate with the product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule, along with how to do higher order derivatives.
Here are the notes for this week. Lesson 14 introduces implicit differentiation and lessons 15 and 16 are about related rates of implicit differentiation. Good luck and have a great day!
These notes cover relative extrema, critical numbers, increasing/decreasing functions, the first derivative test, relative minimums and maximums, concavity, the second derivative test, inflection points, and absolute extrema. These should help you finish your homework and be better prepared for the exam. Good luck and have a Great day!
This is a synopsis of what is going to be on exam 2. Exam 2 covers lessons 11-18. This study guide should help answer questions you may have had over this material. If you study and memorize the concepts, you should get at least a B on this exam. Good luck and have a Great day!
These notes cover how to graphically interpret derivatives and looking at limits at infinity. They will help understand how to find vertical, horizontal, and slant asymptotes. Good luck and have a Great day!
These notes cover curve sketching and optimization. They should help you better understand how to draw graphs from the information given and how to solve optimization problems. Optimization has 3 parts to it, so I have included parts 1 and 2. Part 3 will be coming next week. Good luck and have a Great day!
These notes cover the first lecture given on antiderivatives and integration.
These notes cover optimization part 3 and indefinite integration. They will help you understand how to go from a derivative to the original equation. Good luck and have a Great day!
These notes cover whats going to be on the next exam. The exam is over lessons 19-28 but the review starts with lesson 17 since you have to use it to solve the information in lesson 19. If you know how to calculate the items on this document, you should get an excellent grade on the exam. Good luck and have a Great day!
This is what is going to be on the final. I wanted to give you the most bang for your buck so I grouped lessons 29-36 together along with the study guide. Since half of the exam is over post exam 3 mat
Week 1 Lecture Notes
This study guide covers what will be on the exam
These notes cover everything that will be on the first exam
Lesson 1.4 and 1.5
Guide for lessons 11-19
These notes cover finding limits numerically and one-sided limits