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2017 edition tutoring **online Calculus course** interactive textbook. 414 pages, plus videos and numerous practice problems. **Bonus**: Infinite Series.

Complies with US Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

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**Prerequisites**: Completion of Geometry, Trigonometry, and Algebra 2 or 3. A Texas Instruments (TI)-type graphics calculator is recommended.

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- 1. Functions, Limits, and Continuity
- Equations and Graphs * Graphing Calculator * Modeling * Relations and Functions * Models and Data * The Calculus * Finding Limits * Squeeze Theorem * Evaluating Limits * Continuity * Infinite Limits
- 2. Derivatives
- Tangent Lines and Rates of Change * The Derivative * Techniques of Differentiation * Derivatives of parametrically defined functions * Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions * Linearization and Newton’s Method
- 3. Applications of Derivatives
- Problems Involving Related Rates * Extrema and the Mean Value Theorem * The First Derivative Test * The Second Derivative Test * Limits at Infinity * Analyzing the Graph of a Function * Optimization * Approximation Errors * Wavy Curve Method
- 4. Integration
- Indefinite– and Definite Integrals * Differential Equations * Useful Summation Formulas * Definite Integrals * The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus * Integration by Substitution * Numerical Integration * Trapezoidal Rule * Simpson’s Rule * ILATE Rule * Estimate Definite Integrals with TI-83/84 Calculator
- 5. Applications of Definite Integrals
- The Area between two Curves * Volumes * The Volume Formula * Volumes of Solids of Revolution * The Length of a Plane Curve * Area of a Surface of Revolution * Physics, Engineering, & Statistics Applications * Normal Probabilities
- 6. Integration Techniques
- Basic Integration Formulas * Using u-Substitution * Integration By Parts * Solving Unknown Integrals * Integration by Partial Fractions * Trigonometric Integrals * Trigonometric Substitutions * Integration of Rational Functions, Completing the Square * Partial Fractions * Improper Integrals * Ordinary Differential Equations * Differential Equations and Integration
- 7. Transcendental Functions
- Inverse Functions * Exponential and Logarithmic Functions * Exponential Growth and Decay * Derivatives and Integrals involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions * L’Hospital’s Rule
- 8. Infinite Series
- Sequences (rules, terms, indices) * Infinite Series * Geometric Series * Other Convergent Series * Rules for Convergent Series, Reindexing * Series Without Negative Terms * Series with Odd or Even Negative Terms * Convergence Ratio Test and Root Test * Power Series * Taylor and Maclaurin Series * Calculations with Series * Frequently Used Maclaurin Series Formulas

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