Professor Jacob Lurie, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Mathematics is the science of order, and mathematicians seek to identify instances of
order and to formulate and understand concepts that enable us to perceive order in
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Introduction to Dierential Calculus
University of Sydney
Some parts of this booklet appeared in a similar form in the booklet Review of Dierentiation Techniques published by the Mathem
Introduction to Integral Calculus
It is interesting to note that the beginnings of integral calculus actually predate
differential calculus, although the latter is presented first in most text books. However in
regards to formal, mature mathe
Miguel A. Lerma
November 22, 2002
Chapter 1. Integrals
1.1. Areas and Distances. The Denite Integral
1.2. The Evaluation Theorem
1.3. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
1.4. The Substitution
Elements of the Dierential and Integral Calculus
William Anthony Granville1
With the editorial cooperation of Percey F. Smith.
1 Collection of formulas
1.1 Formulas for reference . . . . .
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oered by the Department of Mathemati
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The objective of these notes is to present the basic aspects of calculus. As
implied by the name, calculus contains many rules for calc
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Dierential and Integral Calculus Review and Tutorial
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What are Elementary Functions? . . . . . . .
Elementary Differential and Integral Calculus
xa xb = xa+b ,
ax bx = (ab)x ,
ln xy = ln x + ln y,
ax = ex ln a .
ln xa = a ln x,
(xa )b = xab ,
ln 1 = 0,
x0 = 1.
eln x = x,
ln ey = y,
sin 0 = cos = 0,
POL502: Dierential and Integral Calculus
Department of Politics, Princeton University
December 4, 2005
We have come a long way and nally are about to study calculus. Many of you might have
taken some courses in the past where you learned a num
Differential and Integral Calculus, Vol. 2
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Mathematics Education Research Centre
University of Warwick
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One purpose of the function is to represent how things change. With this
meaning it is na
A Tutorial for Solving Nasty Sums
January 17, 2005
In this tutorial, I will rst explain the need for nite calculus using an example sum
I think is dicult to solve. Next, I will show where this sum actually occurs and
Int. J. Engng Ed. Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 7888, 2002
Printed in Great Britain.
# 2002 TEMPUS Publications.
Engineering Applications in Differential
and Integral Calculus*
Mathematics Department, Delaware County Campus, Pen