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Sketch the graph of a function that satisfies all of the given conditions. Note that you need to make ONE graph that satisfies all the given...

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Calculus sheet

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Derivatives in cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates, in 3 dimensions and below, with proof.

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A straightforward, step-by-step solution to the problem: Find two positive numbers x and y satisfying y + 2x = 80 whose product is a...

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The solution to ∫(ex/x)dx has no closed-form solution. This provides a power series solution to the integral.

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The file contains an explanation for finding upper limit to infinite sum $$\sum_{r=1}^{\infty}{\frac{r+2}{2^{r+1}\times r \times...

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This is an excellent Summary Sheet for Calculus 1 & 2 written by Paul Dawkins

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A comprehensive review packet designed to help students prepare for the rigorous AP Calculus BC exam.

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A more transparent derivation of the chain rule.

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This document contains a link to a video that generates the volume of a solid of revolution using both the shell method and the washer method...

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Basically, the file discusses how to increase a Calculus student's understanding by identifying and addressing unfilled gaps in their earlier...

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contains 5 practice problems.

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This file shows a classic proof that d/dx sin x = cos x From this you can then also derive quickly the derivatives of the other...

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This is a table for inverse trig derivatives. They are quite difficult to remember so here is the table. Remember to factor!

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Guidelines to solve k∂2u/∂x2 = ∂u/∂t with initial condition u(0,t) = ΔTsin(wt).

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These are just basic trig problems, some of which can be solved via basic geometry. I invite you to time yourself and truly test your mastery...

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When I teach college calculus, I routinely assign this list of problems to be completed during spring or winter break.

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