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Week 1 of Calculus I.
Reviewing functions, trigonometry, and logarithms.
Week 2 of Calculus I
Reviewing some trigonometry and unit circle.
Starting limits. Learn to evaluate and graph limits, the ways limits do not exist, limit laws. Calculate limits and apply the delta-epsilon limit definition.
Week 3 of Calculus I:
Covering infinite limits (when the limit equals infinity), limits at infinity (when x approaches infinity), continuity, intermediate value theorem (IVT), and the basics of derivatives.
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Week 4 of Calculus I:
More examples of using the limit definition and finding the tangent line at a point on the function, how to find higher derivatives such as y' and y". Covering the theorems and proofs of the power rule, constant multiple rule, sum rule, difference rule, product rule, and quotient rule for limits.
Week 5 of Calculus I:
Covering the derivative theorems and proofs of trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, cot). Learn the chain rule and implicit differentiation and apply these two to algebraic and trigonometric functions. Since there is a midterm coming up for me, there is a study session in this set of notes with extra practice problems as well!
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Week 6 of Calculus I:
Laws and applications of logarithmic functions and introducing the rate of change. Includes lots of example problems of concepts introduced up to week 6 to review for the midterm. Problems include epsilon-delta definition of limit and infinite limits, application of squeeze theorem, limits at infinity.
Week 7 of Calculus I:
Thorough notes on exponential growth and decay including example problems on population growth, radioactive decay, Newton's law of cooling & heating, compound interest, and half-life. Related rates with example word problems and notes on linearization. Some problems for review in derivatives of logarithmic functions.
Week 8 of Calculus I:
Covering hyperbolic functions with proofs of why cosh^2(x) - sinh^2(x) = 1 and why the derivative of tanh(x) = sech^2(x). Detailed notes on the graph and terminology of curves and optimization including global and local min/max. Includes critical numbers, the closed interval method with a step by step example on how to use it, and theorems explaining why the closed interval m
Calculus 1 Week 1 Notes
Calculus 021 Exam 1 Study Guide
Calculus 021 Week 2 Notes
Calculus 021 Week 3 Notes
These notes cover all that has to do with Hyperbolic Functions, Extreme Value Theorem, Fermat's theorem, Local Maximum, and Maximum.
Calculus 021 Week 4 Notes
Calculus 021 Week 5 Notes
These notes are a follow up on what is covered in week 8 and a little bit of week 9.
These notes are a good detailed study guide of what is going to be covered on our exam!
These are notes following week 9 early notes. Good luck ):
Calculus 021 Exam 2 Study Guide
Calculus 021 Week 6 Notes
They cover materials covered in the week of midterm.
These notes cover material covered in week 11 after the 2nd midterm and also notes from the Monday of week 12 before the Thanksgiving break. Thanks and have a good break!
Calculus 021 Final Exam Study Guide
Calculus 021 Week 7 Notes
These notes have details of the material that is going to be asked on the final exam.
Calculus 021 Week 8 Notes
Calculus 021 Week 9 Notes
Calculus 021 Week 10 Notes