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1. How To Ace Calculus : The Streetwise Guide
Excerpt from book. Page includes some tips on how to study, take exams, basic derivative rules, and terms glossary.
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~hass//Calculus/HTAC/excerpts/excerpts.html

2. Applied Calculus: Everything
Applied calculus 5e by. Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble . Chapter P calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics (Text and Complete Exercise
http://www.zweigmedia.com/RealWorld/tccalcp.html

Extractions: Chapter Algebra Review 0.1 Real Numbers Online tutorial for Section 0.1 0.2 Exponents and Radicals Online tutorial for Section 0.2 0.3 Multiplying and Factoring Algebraic Equations Online tutorial for Section 0.3 0.4 Rational Expressions Online tutorial for Section 0.4 0.5 Solving Polynomial Equations Online tutorial for Section 0.5 0.6 Solving Miscellaneous Equations 0.7 The Coordinate Plane Top of Page Chapter 1 Functions and Linear Models 4th Edition 1.1 Functions from the Numerical and Algebraic Viewpoints Online tutorial for Section 1.1 1.2 Functions from the Graphical Viewpoint Online tutorial for Section 1.2 1.3 Linear Functions Online tutorial for Section 1.3 1.4 Linear Models Online tutorial for Section 1.4

3. The Calculus Page Problems List
Features topic summaries with practice exercises for derivative and integral calculus. Includes solutions. Authored by D. A. Kouba.
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/ProblemsList.html

Extractions: Problems and Solutions Developed by : And brought to you by : Problems on the continuity of a function of one variable Problems on the "Squeeze Principle" Problems on the limit definition of the derivative Problems on the chain rule Problems on the product rule Problems on the quotient rule Problems on differentiation of trigonometric functions Problems on differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions Problems on detailed graphing using first and second derivatives Problems on applied maxima and minima Problems on implicit differentiation Problems on related rates Problems on logarithmic differentiation Problems on the differential Problems on the Intermediate-Value Theorem Problems on the Mean Value Theorem Problems using summation notation Problems on the limit definition of a definite integral Problems on u-substitution Problems on integrating exponential functions Problems on integrating trigonometric functions Problems on integration by parts Problems on integrating certain rational functions, resulting in

4. Basic Calculus
Basic calculus From Archimedes to Newton, 2001, and. Basic calculus Differential and Integral calculus and Science, 2002.
http://www.nd.edu/~hahn/

5. Calculus On The Web
An internet tutoring utility for learning and practicing calculus. C.O.W. gives the student or interested user the opportunity to learn and practice problems. Instant feedback for the correctness of answers.
http://cow.math.temple.edu/

6. Calculus Help - Free Math Help
Struggling with calculus? You re not alone. View our free calculus lessons and links to help ace your calculus class.
http://www.freemathhelp.com/calculus-help.html

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7. CALCULUS REFERENCE : Volume V - Reference
Offers a reference containing the main theories and equations of calculus

8. Alien's Mathematics
Offers downloadable pdf files covering a range of integrals, derivatives and theorems.
http://spacearien.hp.infoseek.co.jp

9. CALCULUS
File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat Quick View
http://www.djerassi.com/calculus/calculusfull.pdf

10. Why Study Calculus? A Brief History Of Math
Explains, in everyday language, the developments in astronomy, math, and physics that contributed to the discovery of differential calculus and its relationship to area formulas.
http://math.vanderbilt.edu/~schectex/courses/whystudy.html

Extractions: version of August 23, 2006 The question I am asked most often is, "why do we study this?" (or its variant, "will this be on the exam?"). Indeed, it's not immediately obvious how some of the stuff we're studying will be of any use to the students. Though some of them will eventually use calculus in their work in physics, chemistry, or economics, almost none of those people will ever need prove anything about calculus. They're willing to trust the pure mathematicians whose job it is to certify the reliability of the theorems. Why, then, do we study epsilons and deltas, and all these other abstract concepts of proofs? Well, calculus is not a just vocational training course. In part, students should study calculus for the same reasons that they study Darwin, Marx, Voltaire, or Dostoyevsky: These ideas are a basic part of our culture; these ideas have shaped how we perceive the world and how we perceive our place in the world. To understand how that is true of calculus, we must put calculus into a historical perspective; we must contrast the world before calculus with the world after calculus. (Probably we should put more history into our calculus courses. Indeed, there is a growing movement among mathematics teachers to do precisely that.)

11. Wolfram|Alpha Examples - Calculus & Analysis
calculus Analysis. Integrals �. compute an indefinite integral. integrate x^2 sin^3 x dx. compute a definite integral. integrate sin x dx from x=0 to pi
http://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/Calculus.html

12. Earliest Uses Of Symbols Of Calculus
Gives background for notations that are commonly used like the integral and delta signs.
http://jeff560.tripod.com/calculus.html

Extractions: Earliest Uses of Symbols of Calculus Last revision: March 5, 2010 See here for a list of calculus and analysis entrries on the Words pages. Derivative. The symbols dx, dy, and dx/dy were introduced by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) in a manuscript of November 11, 1675 (Cajori vol. 2, page 204). f'(x) for the first derivative, f''(x) for the second derivative, etc., were introduced by Joseph Louis Lagrange (1736-1813). In 1797 in the symbols f'x and f''x are found; in the Oeuvres, Vol. X , "which purports to be a reprint of the 1806 edition, on p. 15, 17, one finds the corresponding parts given as f(x), f'(x), f''(x), f'''(x) " (Cajori vol. 2, page 207). In 1770 Joseph Louis Lagrange (1736-1813) wrote for in his memoir Oeuvres, Vol. III In 1772 Lagrange wrote u' du dx and du u'dx Nouveaux Memoires de l'Academie royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de Berlin Oeuvres, Vol. III , pp. 451-478). D x y was introduced by History of Mathematics that Arbogast introduced this symbol, but it seems he does not show this symbol in A History of Mathematical Notations.

13. Banner, A.: The Calculus Lifesaver: All The Tools You Need To Excel At Calculus.
Aug 27, 2008 Videos of Adrian Banner, author of the book The calculus Lifesaver All the Tools You Need to Excel at calculus, published by Princeton
http://press.princeton.edu/video/banner/

14. Calculus Bible
Overview of differentiation and integration concepts by G. S. Gill.
http://www.math.byu.edu/Math/CalculusBible/Text/pdfbook.pdf

15. Online Calculus Tutors - Homework Help And Review - Tutor.com For Families
Get an online calculus tutor today for help with homework, studying, or reviewing concepts from class. Tutors are available 24/7, so getting help is as easy
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Limits, continuity, the derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions.
http://www.themathpage.com/acalc/calculus.htm

17. Calculus Applets At SLU
Provides applets demonstrating concepts of both single and multivariable calculus.
http://www.slu.edu/classes/maymk/MathApplets-SLU.html

Extractions: Math Applets for Calculus at SLU These following collection of applets are designed for use in calculus courses. Another page collects applets for courses below calculus . Some of the applets were developed at SLU and some have been developed elsewhere and are included by permission. If you would like to host the applets locally, please contact Mike May, S.J. Preliminary material Integration in vector fields When working through the understanding of various kinds of functions it is useful to be able to graph a function with parameters a, b, and c, in the definition of the function, with the parameters controlled by sliders. Moving the sliders lets the student explore families of functions. The Families of Functions Applet is a GeoGebra applet for looking at the graph of such a family. Similarly, the Family of Graphs Applet is a JCM applet designed to look at families of functions.

Features general information of what calculus is and how it is applied. Includes a discussion of what kind of math background is needed to take college level calculus.
http://cs.smu.ca/apics/calculus/welcome.php

Extractions: Preparing for University Calculus at Atlantic Canadian Universities Are you going to enrol in an Atlantic region university this year? Are you planning to take science courses? Then there is a good chance that you will have to pass a course in calculus as a requirement for your degree or a prerequisite for other courses. This page is here to help you prepare for that calculus course, enjoy it, and do well in it. Contents What math will I need in university? What is calculus? Why is calculus important? What background will I need? ... They want to take away my calculator! Get the booklet "Preparing for University Calculus"

19. Calculus Tutoring & Lessons – Find Calculus Tutors, Teachers, And Lesson Help