In Calculus, you’ll still be doing all those typical word problems with ships and planes. The big difference is that the things in Calculus MOVE! Calculus gives you tools to find “rates of change.” You’ll be able to figure out how fast a boat is pulling away from a dock or how fast water is draining out of a tub. Lots of these problems will have geometry set ups.
In this course you will learn
Basic Formulas to Know
Horizontal and Vertical Lines Review
Increasing and Decreasing of Functions Review
Logarithms Maximums and Minimums: Finding Relative Extrema
More On Sideways Parabolas
Review Slopes of Lines
The Difference Quotient Review
The Unit Circle Equations of Lines
The Pythagorean Identities Advanced Composition of Functions
Other Identities to Know
Solving Trig Equations
Graphs to Know and Love Shifting, Reflecting, Etc.
More on Tangent Lines
Intro to Rational Functions
Rational Functions – Intercepts
Rational Functions – Vertical Asymptotes
Rational Functions – Horizontal Asymptotes (and Slants)
Rational Functions – The Whole Thing Rational Functions – Increasing and Decreasing Revisited Rational Functions –
More on Limits Exponentials and Logarithms
Who is the target audience?
- This course is for those who is starting to learn Calculus, and those who want to revise Calculus concepts
Created by Ria .
Last updated 11/2016
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