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Calculus is a branch of mathematics that addresses the use of limits as tools to solve problems.
Differential Calculus is a branch of mathematics that uses limits to develop derivatives and differential equations.
Integral Calculus is a branch of mathematics that uses limits to find integrals.
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"Title" Tutorial Summary :
This tutorial introduces the basic ideas in a Calculus course. Differential and Integral Calculus are discussed with the help of finding areas of shapes and slope of tangent lines. Calculus tips such as reviewing and mastering Calculus are discussed in this tutorial.
Differentiation and integration ideals are covered with the help of graphs and symbolic representation. A summary of what will be covered in this Calculus course is described in this tutorial. Understanding Calculus and its principles requires a discussion of different mathematics courses and their differences from a HS or a college level Calculus course.
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Example problems covering the origin of Calculus principles are covered in this tutorial.
The differences between Calculus and other mathematics courses are discussed with graphs.
Step by step analysis of the concepts that correspond to the integration and differentiation of functions in Calculus.
Concept map showing inter-connections of concepts introduced.
Definition slides introduce terms as they are needed.
Examples given throughout to illustrate how the concepts apply.
A concise summary is given at the conclusion of the tutorial.
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Being familiar with Calculus What is Calculus? The rate of change idea The slope of a tangent line to a curve Calculus and other mathematics courses Similarities and differences between calculus and other mathematics courses Limits and Derivatives of functions Integration of functions and Series Tips needed for Calculus courses