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## What is Calculus?The world we live in, and nearly everything we see and do in it, is in a constant state of change.
CALCULUS is the mathematical study of change, and it essential to gaining an understanding of our world. Calculus has widespread uses in science, economics, and engineering and can solve many problems that algebra alone simply cannot. Calculus has two main components: differential calculus and integral calculus, both of which will be studied in this course. |
## Course Description
This advanced placement course in calculus covers topics such as:
- Function limits
- Continuity
- Derivatives and Integrals through numerical, graphical, analytical/algebraic, and verbal/written analyses.
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## Useful Calculus Links
Throughout the class, we will be using the Internet as a useful resource. Below are excellent links.
Wolfram|Alpha The computational knowledge engine covering an immense range of subjects. GeoGebra - Free mathematics software with interactive geometry, algebra and spreadsheets. Khan Academy - A library of over 3000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice. Ask Dr. Math - The Internet's premier ask-an-expert math help service. Ask Dr. Math a question or browse the extensive searchable archive organized by grade level and topic.Numberphile - Short videos about numbers, maths and all sorts of other numbery stuff. It'll make you love numbers! |