# Calculus

1. Aralkree says:
Jan 29,  · Here is a set of practice problems to accompany the Functions Section of the Review chapter of the notes for Paul Dawkins Calculus I course at Lamar University.
2. Goltigal says:
Highlights of Calculus. MIT Professor Gilbert Strang has created a series of videos to show ways in which calculus is important in our lives. The videos, which include real-life examples to illustrate the concepts, are ideal for high school students, college students, and anyone interested in learning the basics of calculus.
3. Grotaxe says:
Free math problem solver answers your calculus homework questions with step-by-step explanations.
4. Taushicage says:
Calculus, branch of mathematics concerned with the calculation of instantaneous rates of change (differential calculus) and the summation of infinitely many small factors to determine some whole (integral calculus).
5. Malalkree says:
cal·cu·lus·es. Mathematics. a method of calculation, especially one of several highly systematic methods of treating problems by a special system of algebraic notations, as differential or integral calculus. Pathology. a stone, or concretion, formed in the gallbladder, kidneys, or other parts of the body.
6. Kir says:
Jun 06,  · Here is a set of notes used by Paul Dawkins to teach his Calculus I course at Lamar University. Included are detailed discussions of Limits (Properties, Computing, One-sided, Limits at Infinity, Continuity), Derivatives (Basic Formulas, Product/Quotient/Chain Rules L'Hospitals Rule, Increasing/Decreasing/Concave Up/Concave Down, Related Rates, Optimization) and basic Integrals .
7. Taulmaran says:
“A Course in Calculus and Real Analysis by S.R. Ghorpade and B.V. Limaye (Springer UTM) is a rigorous, well-presented and original introduction to the core of undergraduate mathematics ― first-year calculus. This book is a tour de force, and a necessary addition to the library of anyone involved in teaching calculus, or studying it Cited by:
8. Mautaur says:
Calculus is a branch of mathematics that helps us understand changes between values that are related by a function. For example, if you had one formula telling how much money you got every day, calculus would help you understand related formulas like how much money you have in total, and whether you are getting more money or less than you used to.