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  1. The Calculus Diaries: How Math Can Help You Lose Weight, Win in Vegas, and Survive a Zombie Apocalypse by Jennifer Ouellette, 2010-08-31
  2. Calculus for Dummies by Mark Ryan, 2003-05-01
  3. Barron's AP Calculus by Shirley O. Hockett, David Bock, 2010-02-01
  4. Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus P. Thompson, 2008-05-18
  5. The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems: For People Who Don't Speak Math by W. Michael Kelley, 2007-01-02
  6. How to Ace Calculus: The Streetwise Guide by Colin Adams, Abigail Thompson, et all 1998-07-15
  7. The Calculus Direct: An intuitively Obvious Approach to a Basic Understanding of the Calculus for the Casual Observer (Volume 1) by John Weiss, 2010-05-14
  8. The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus (Princeton Lifesaver Study Guide) by Adrian Banner, 2007-03-05
  9. Schaum's Outline of Calculus, 5th ed. (Schaum's Outline Series) by Frank Ayres, Elliott Mendelson, 2008-08-25
  10. Calculus Workbook For Dummies by Mark Ryan, 2005-09-02
  11. Calculus: Early Transcendentals (Stewart's Calculus Series) by James Stewart, 2007-06-07
  12. Student Solutions Manual for Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals and Calculus: Early Transcendental by James Stewart, 2007-07-04
  13. Calculus (College Review Series) by Elliot Gootman Ph.D., 1997-09-01
  14. Forgotten Calculus by Barbara Lee BleauPh.D., 2002-08-12

1. Calculus.org - THE CALCULUS PAGE .
Directory of calculus links for tutorials, homework help, history sample tests, and tips on exam preparation.
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2. Calculus - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
calculus (Latin, calculus, a small stone used for counting) is a branch of mathematics that includes the study of limits, derivatives, integrals,
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Calculus Latin calculus , a small stone used for counting) is a branch of mathematics that includes the study of limits derivatives integrals , and infinite series , and constitutes a major part of modern university education. Historically, it was sometimes referred to as "the calculus of infinitesimals ", but that usage is seldom seen today. Most basically, calculus is the study of change, in the same way that geometry is the study of space. Calculus has widespread applications in science and engineering and is used to solve problems for which algebra alone is insufficient. Calculus builds on algebra trigonometry , and analytic geometry and includes two major branches, differential calculus and integral calculus , that are related by the fundamental theorem of calculus . In more advanced mathematics, calculus is usually called analysis and is defined as the study of functions More generally

3. S.O.S. Math - Calculus
Explains concepts in detail of limits, convergence of series, finding the derivative from the definition and continuity. Some basic formula conversions are
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4. Calculus-Help.com Will Help You Survive Calculus!
calculusHelp.com offers calculus help to students of all ages, including free multimedia tutorials and detailed calculus examples with complete solutions.
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5. Visual Calculus
Short descriptions and examples for limits, derivatives, and integrals. Various plugins are needed to view some of the pages.
http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/
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6. Free Online MIT Course Materials | Supplemental Resources | MIT OpenCourseWare
Textbook by Gilbert Strang in pdf. Covers derivatives, the power rule, integrals,
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    Cover of Calculus , by Professor Gilbert Strang. (Image courtesy of Gilbert Strang.) OCW is pleased to make this textbook available online. Published in 1991 and still in print from Wellesley-Cambridge Press , the book is a useful resource for educators and self-learners alike. It is well organized, covers single variable and multivariable calculus in depth, and is rich with applications. There is also an online Instructor's Manual and a student Study Guide
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    ChapterS FILES 1: Introduction to Calculus, pp. 1-43
    1.1 Velocity and Distance, pp. 1-7
    1.2 Calculus Without Limits, pp. 8-15
    1.3 The Velocity at an Instant, pp. 16-21
    1.4 Circular Motion, pp. 22-28
    1.5 A Review of Trigonometry, pp. 29-33
    1.6 A Thousand Points of Light, pp. 34-35
    1.7 Computing in Calculus, pp. 36-43
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7. Distance Calculus At Suffolk University
Distance calculus at Suffolk University is a universitylevel calculus course program taught entirely via the internet.
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8. Calculus Graphics -- Douglas N. Arnold
Graphical demonstrations developed by Douglas N. Arnold for the first year calculus student.
http://www.ima.umn.edu/~arnold/graphics.html
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GRAPHICS FOR THE CALCULUS CLASSROOM
Douglas N. Arnold These are excerpts from a collection of graphical demonstrations I developed for first year calculus. Those interested in higher math may also want to visit my page of graphics for complex analysis . This page is on the list of the most frequently linked math pages according to MathSearch. Viewing instructions. The animations on this page use the animated GIF format. There is also a Java version of this page . The Java animator allows you to start and stop the animation, advance through the frames manually, and control the speed. Also the animation is a bit smoother, and the frames shuttle (first to last and then backward to first, etc.), which is a bit nicer. Unfortunately, the Java versions of the animation usually take much more time to load, and the Java animator has been know to crash browsers, especially on machines without much memory. An older version of this page using the MPEG animation format is available, but no longer actively maintained, and so not recommended.
Differentials and differences
This animation expands upon the classic calculus diagram above. The diagram illustrates the local accuracy of the tangent line approximation to a smooth curve, orotherwise statedthe closeness of the differential of a function to the difference of function values due to a small increment of the independent variable. (In the diagram the increment of the independent variable is shown in green, the differentiali.e., the product of the derivative and the incrementin red, and the difference of function values as the red segment plus the yellow segment. The point is that if the green segment is small, the yellow segment is

9. Limits
The Rectangle Approximation Method The Fundamental Theorem of calculus Problem of Area Minimum value of the integral of a function
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10. Calculus On The Web
An internet tutoring utility for learning and practicing calculus. COW gives the student or interested user the opportunity to learn and practice problems.
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11. Math Forum: Calculus
The best Internet resources for calculus classroom materials, software, Internet projects, and public forums for discussion.
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12. Calculus History
The main ideas which underpin the calculus developed over a very long period of time indeed. The first steps were taken by Greek mathematicians.
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A history of the calculus
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The main ideas which underpin the calculus developed over a very long period of time indeed. The first steps were taken by Greek mathematicians. To the Greeks numbers were ratios of integers so the number line had "holes" in it. They got round this difficulty by using lengths, areas and volumes in addition to numbers for, to the Greeks, not all lengths were numbers. Zeno of Elea , about 450 BC, gave a number of problems which were based on the infinite. For example he argued that motion is impossible:- If a body moves from A to B then before it reaches B it passes through the mid-point, say B of AB. Now to move to B it must first reach the mid-point B of AB . Continue this argument to see that A must move through an infinite number of distances and so cannot move. Leucippus Democritus and Antiphon all made contributions to the Greek method of exhaustion which was put on a scientific basis by Eudoxus about 370 BC. The method of exhaustion is so called because one thinks of the areas measured expanding so that they account for more and more of the required area. However Archimedes , around 225 BC, made one of the most significant of the Greek contributions. His first important advance was to show that the area of a segment of a parabola is

13. Tutorials - HMC Calculus Tutorial
Topics include precalculus, calculus, multivariable calculus, linear algebra and differential equations.
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14. Calc101.com Automatic Calculus, Linear Algebra, And Polynomials
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15. Math.com Homework Help Calculus
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16. Calculus Bible
The calculus Bible
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17. Calculus -- From Wolfram MathWorld
The calculus, more properly called analysis (or real analysis or, in older literature, infinitesimal analysis) is the branch of mathematics studying the
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Calculus In general, "a" calculus is an abstract theory developed in a purely formal way. "The" calculus, more properly called analysis (or real analysis or, in older literature, infinitesimal analysis ) is the branch of mathematics studying the rate of change of quantities (which can be interpreted as slopes of curves) and the length, area , and volume of objects. The calculus is sometimes divided into differential and integral calculus , concerned with derivatives and integrals respectively. While ideas related to calculus had been known for some time (Archimedes' method of exhaustion was a form of calculus), it was not until the independent work of Newton and Leibniz that the modern elegant tools and ideas of calculus were developed. Even so, many years elapsed until the subject was put on a mathematically rigorous footing by mathematicians such as Weierstrass. SEE ALSO: Arc Length Area Calculus of Variations Change of Variables Theorem ... Volume REFERENCES: Anton, H.

18. Karl's Calculus Tutor: Table Of Contents
Table of Contents for Karl s calculus Tutor. Select from topics Limits, Continuity, Derivatives, MinMax, Related Rates, L Hopital s Rule, Integration,
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19. Calculus
Infinitesimals are used when appropriate, and are treated more rigorously than in old books like Thompson s calculus Made Easy, but in less detail than in
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20. QuickMath Automatic Math Solutions
The calculus section of QuickMath allows you to differentiate and calculus is a vast topic, and it forms the basis for much of modern mathematics.
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The calculus section of QuickMath allows you to differentiate and integrate almost any mathematical expression.
What is calculus?
Calculus is a vast topic, and it forms the basis for much of modern mathematics. The two branches of calculus are differential calculus and integral calculus. Differential calculus is the study of rates of change of functions. At school, you are introduced to differential calculus by learning how to find the derivative of a function in order to determine the slope of the graph of that function at any point. Integral calculus is often introduced in school in terms of finding primitive functions (indefinite integrals) and finding the area under a curve (definite integrals).
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The differentiate command allows you to find the derivative of an expression with respect to any variable. In the advanced section, you also have the option of specifying arbitrary functional dependencies within your expression and finding higher order derivatives. The differentiate command knows all the rules of differential calculus, including the product rule, the quotient rule and the chain rule.

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