Top-down Calculus |
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Exercises follow the pattern of a prototypical exercise set with solutions and discussion, followed by numerous variations on this theme. Students are encouraged to work one or two of the variation exercise sets and scan the remaining variations, noting the techniques required for each problem. The concise nature of this material works well for self study or a fast paced summer session course. |
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The Material on this Website |
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The book, |
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Chapter 1: LINEAR FUNCTIONS AND DERIVATIVES |
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Chapter 2: COMPUTING DERIVATIVES |
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Chapter 3: APPLICATIONS OF DERIVATIVES |
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Chapter 4: INTEGRALS |
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Appendix 3: SOLUTIONS, PARTIAL SOLUTIONS AND HINTS TO EXERCISES |
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Appendix 1: MATH TABLES |
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CORRECTIONS |
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For supplementary reading and freely accessible downloadable sources click HERE. |
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Interested in tutoring calculus? Differential calculus is usually not a problem for tutors. Integral calculus is harder. Here is a handout that I prepared for my tutors to help them. |
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Tutoring Integral Calculus | ||

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