Khan Academy Course , Prof. Salman Khan

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Khan Academy Course , Prof. Salman Khan

Introduction to limits - Limit examples w/ brain malfunction on first prob - Squeeze theorem (sandwich theorem) - Proof: lim (sin x)/x - More limits - Sequences and Series - Permutations - Combinations - Binomial Theorem - Binomial theorem combinatorics connection - Introduction to interest - Introduction to compound interest and e - Exponential Growth - Polar coordinates - Parametric equations - Introduction to function inverses - Function inverse example - Basic complex analysis - Exponential form to find complex roots - Complex conjugates - Series sum example - Complex determinant example - 2003 AIME II problem 8 - Logarithmic scale - Vi and Sal explore how we think about scale - Vi and Sal talk about the mysteries of Benford's law - Benford's law explanation (sequel to mysteries of Benford's law

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Introduction to limits
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- 1.Introduction to limits
- 2.Introduction to limits 2
- 3.Limit examples (part 1)
- 4.Limit examples (part 2)
- 5.Limit examples (part 3)
- 6.Limit examples w brain malfunction on first prob (part 4)
- 7.Squeeze theorem (sandwich theorem)
- 8.Proof lim (sin x)x
- 9.More limits
- 10.Sequences and Series (part 1)
- 11.Sequences and series (part 2)
- 12.Permutations
- 13.Combinations
- 14.Binomial Theorem (part 1)
- 15.Binomial Theorem (part 2)
- 16.Binomial theorem combinatorics connection
- 17.Introduction to interest
- 18.Interest (part 2)
- 19.Introduction to compound interest and e
- 20.Compound interest and e (part 2)
- 21.Compound interest and e (part 3)
- 22.Compound interest and e (part 4)
- 23.Exponential Growth
- 24.Polar coordinates 1
- 25.Polar coordinates 2
- 26.Polar coordinates 3
- 27.Parametric equations 1
- 28.Parametric equations 2
- 29.Parametric equations 3
- 30.Parametric equations 4
- 31.Introduction to function inverses
- 32.Function inverse example 1
- 33.Function inverses example 2
- 34.Function inverses example 3
- 35.Basic complex analysis
- 36.Exponential form to find complex roots
- 37.Complex conjugates
- 38.Series sum example
- 39.Complex determinant example
- 40.2003 AIME II problem 8
- 41.Logarithmic scale
- 42.Vi and Sal explore how we think about scale
- 43.Vi and Sal talk about the mysteries of Benfords law
- 44.Benfords law explanation (sequel to mysteries of Benfords law

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