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Calculus Series


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Limits Continuity and Derivatives 🌪⛵️✅●✓⏃⚡︎


We'll go through Calc1 which will help you in Calc AB and Calc BC. Lessons will match Khan Academy's plan.

Yashwinder R


Calculus · Series

AP Calculus AB Exam Review!


8 session review of all 8 units of AP Calculus AB in preparation for the AP exam. Students are expected to have previous knowledge of the content. If you are not taking Calculus, please join as well! Just understand we will be going over topics at a fast pace. We will go over unit/topic summaries and AP-style practice problems.

Cencen W


Calculus · Series

Calculus I and II Comprehensive Review


In this course, we will be reviewing concepts of Calculus. It doesn't matter whether you are taking AP or College Calculus, or want to learn Calculus in general. This course is for you! Note: This course isn't for people taking AB/BC this year, due to the timing. Rather it's for people who want to learn Calculus, people who are taking AB/BC Calculus next year, or people self studying.

Urjit A

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Comprehensive Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals

    2nd session

Finally! The long-awaited series in Calculus is here. Main resources being used: AoPS and Khan Academy Pre-requisites: Trigonometry, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Precalculus (recommended but not required). The session descriptions are posted below, so please check them out! This is the first of three series I will be hosting, covering Calculus 1, 2, and 3. After each series ends I will host the next. In this course we will be covering the following: LIMITS AND CONTINUITY (Unit 1) - Introduction to limits - One and two-sided limits - Creating tables to approximate limits; approximating limits using tables - Limits of composite functions - Evaluating limits through direct substitution -Limits of trigonometric and piecewise functions -Evaluating limits by rationalizing and by using trigonometric identities -Squeeze theorem and applications -Introduction to continuity and types of discontinuities -Continuity at a point and over an interval -Removing discontinuities -Limits at infinity and limits at infinity of quotients -The Intermediate Value Theorem -The formal epsilon-delta definition of a limit DERIVATIVES (Unit 2): -Introduction to derivatives and notation -Average rate of change and the secant line -Instantaneous rate of change and the tangent line -The formal and informal definition of a derivative using limits -Equation of the tangent line of a function at a point -Estimating derivatives graphically and algebraically -Differentiability at a point and over an interval (connection to continuity) -Evaluating derivatives using the power rule, sum rule, product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule (including proofs of all the rules) -Derivative of sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), csc(x), sec(x), cot(x), ln(x), e^x, a^x, and log_a(x) (including a derivation of all of the formulas) -Derivative of inverse functions and inverse trigonometric functions -Second derivatives, implicit differentiation, and related rates -Position, velocity, and acceleration problems -Local linearity and linear approximations to functions -L'Hôpital's rule and the special case of L'Hôpital's rule -The Mean Value Theorem for derivatives, the Extreme Value Theorem, and Rolle's Theorem -Finding critical points, local minima and maxima, increasing and decreasing intervals of a function -Finding absolute extrema over closed intervals and over the entire domain of a function -Introduction to concavity -The Second Derivative Test and points of inflection -Optimization INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATION (Unit 3) -introduction to accumulation of change -Left and right Riemann sums; over and under-approximation -Midpoint and trapezoidal sums -Definition of indefinite integral using as the limit of Riemann sums -The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (including the proof), antiderivatives, and definite integrals -Interpretation of accumulation functions: negative definite integrals, definite integrals over a single point; graphical interpretation and evaluation. -Integrating sums of functions, switching the bounds of integration, and with functions as bounds. -The reverse power rule, u-substitution, and integration by parts -Antiderivatives of all the previously mentioned functions -Improper integrals

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Calculus Sessions


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Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

We'll go through derivatives of Implicit and Inverse Functions in 100 minutes.

Yashwinder R


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General Calculus Q&A

We'll go over any doubts students have in Calculus!

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Make sure you’re solid in math leading up to calculus–such as algebra and pre-calculus. Then as you’re learning calculus, the best things you can do to improve your skills are to practice, identify gaps in your knowledge, and review concepts as many times as you need! At Schoolhouse, our online calculus tutors are here to support you to reinforce topics until you’re confident in them.

How is calculus different from algebra?

Algebra lays down the foundations that underlie both pre-calculus and calculus. While algebra focuses on functions and equations, calculus focuses on integrals and rates of change. In addition to calculus tutoring, we also offer tutoring in algebra where you can brush up on more fundamental concepts.

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Calculus, the culmination of a traditional high school math curriculum, helps us model and understand how the world works. These concepts have applications across various disciplines, from architecture and engineering to physics and medicine.

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