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# Calculus

Calculus is a branch of mathematics that has tremendous application and is phenomenally vast. It is essentially covered in two segments namely differential calculus and integral calculus. Calculus mainly covers the concept of changes and uses different types of mathematical models for the sake of quantifying the changes.

In Calculus video lectures, we will take you through the different topics which will help you understand the core details of how calculus works. Video tutorials cover basics to advanced calculus topics.

We also have Calculus courses devoted to Fourier analysis, analytical geometry and multiple integral as well. With these online videos, you will be able to get a better understanding of how calculus works.

As a beginner who does not have much previous knowledge of calculus, you can start with the pre-calculus lesson and even go through the fundamentals of this mathematical concept. The videos are so divided that it is going to give learners the right kind of flow and will make it easier to grasp the different concepts in the desired manner.

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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 - P
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Topics covered in the first two or three semester of college calculus. Everything from limits to derivatives to integrals to vector calculus. Should understand the topics in t
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Contents: How to solve inequalities - Sketching graphs of reciprocal functions - Domain and range of a function - Limits of functions & their evaluation - One-sided limits of
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Contents: Several Variable Calculus: Applications of Double integrals. Chris Tisdell UNSW - Path integrals - How to integrate over curves - Vector calculus: What is the diver
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MIT Fall 2007
Dot product - Determinants - cross product - Matrices - inverse matrices - Square systems - equations of planes - Parametric equations for lines and curves - Velocity, accel
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MIT Fall 2006
Derivatives, slope, velocity, rate of change - Limits, continuity Trigonometric limits - Derivatives of products, quotients, sine, cosine - Chain rule Higher derivatives - Imp
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Counting - Probability: Basic Definitions - Equally Likely Outcomes - Independence - Conditional Probability - The Law of Total Probability - The Bayes Formula - Discrete Dist
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