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CALCULUS TOPICS

Limits

Calculating Limits by Factoring and Cancelling

Calculating Limits by Getting Common DenominatorsCalculating Limits by Expanding and Cancelling

Calculating Limits by Multiplying by a ConjugateCalculating Limits by using: limit x--> 0 [sin(x)/x] = 1

Calculating Limits Involving Absolute Value

Infinite Limits

The Squeeze Theorem For Limits

Limits at Infinity (See also Improper Integrals for More Examples!)

Basic Limit atInfinity Example and 'Shortcut' InformationLimit at Infinity Example with Radicals Present - Two Examples

Limits - L'Hospital's RuleIndeterminate Quotients - Basic Idea and Examples

Indeterminate Products - Basic Idea and Examples

Indeterminate Differences - Basic Idea and Examples

Indeterminate Powers - Basic Idea and ExamplesContinuityContinuity - Basic Idea and Types of Discontinuities

Continuity - Examples of Finding Discontinuities of Piecewise Functions

DerivativesBasic Derivative Formulas

Sketching the Derivative of a Function

Finding the Equation of a Tangent Line

Find the Linearization at a Point

Finding the Derivative Using the Definition of the Derivative

Derivatives Using the Product Rule

More Examples Using the Product Rule

Derivatives Using the Quotient Rule

More Examples Using the Quotient Rule

Derivatives Using the Chain Rule

Chain Rule - Harder Example # 1

Chain Rule - Harder Example # 2

Chain Rule - Harder Example # 3

More Complicated Derivative Examples

More Complicated Derivative Examples - Part 2

Using the Product and Chain Rule to Find a Derivative - Then Factoring and Simplifying

Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation

Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation - More Examples #1

Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation - More Examles #2

Related Rates Problems and Implicit Differentiation

Related Rates Involving a Cone

Related Rates - A point moving on a graph

Related Rates - With Trigonometry

Related Rates - Baseball Diamond Example

Logarithmic Differentiation - Basic Idea and Example

Logarithmic Differentiation Example 2

Derivatives Involving Logarithmic Functions - ln(x), log (x), etc.

Properties of Logarithms - Logarithmic Functions (algebra stuff!!)

Derivatives involving Exponential Functions - e^x, a^x, etc

Derivatives Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Inverse Trigonometric Derivative Example 1

Inverse Trigonometric Derivative Example 2

Inverse Trigonometric Derivative Example 3

More Examples Involving Inverse Trig Functions

The General Chain Rule - Part 1

The General Chain Rule - Part 2

Where a Function is Increasing and Decreasing , Finding Local Maximums and Local Minimums

Finding Critical Numbers - Example 1

Finding Critical Numbers - Example 2cr

Lagrange Multipliers - Finding Maximums or Minimums

Using the Second Derivative to Find Local Maximums and Local Minimums

Using the Second Derivative to Find Where a Function is Concave Up/Concave Down

Finding Local Maximums, Local Minimums and Saddle Points - Example 1

Finding Local Maximums, Local Minimums and Saddle Points - Example 2

Curve Sketching Using Calculus - Part 1 of 2

Curve Sketching Using Calculus - Part 2 of 2

Differentials and Approximations

Integration Techniques / Antiderivatives

The Definite Integral - Understanding the Definition

Approximating a Definite Integral Using Rectangles

Trapezoidal Rule to Approximate a Definite Integral

Simpson's Rule to Approximate a Definite Integral

Simpson's Rule and Error Bounds

Calculating a Definite Integral Using Riemann Sums - Part 1

Calculating a Definite Integral Using Riemann Sums - Part 2

Basic Integration Formulas - turn down your volume, I was too close to the mic! : )

Basic Antiderivate Examples- Indefinite Integral

More Basic Integration Problems

Basic Definite Integral Example

Indefinite Integral - U-substitution

Definite Integral - U-substitution

More Integration Using U-SubstitutionMore Complicated U-Substitution Problems

Integration Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Integration By Parts - Indefinite Integral

Integration By Parts - Definite Integral

More Integration By Parts Examples

Using Integration By Parts - A "Loopy" Example

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 1 of 6

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 2 of 6

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 3 of 6

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 4 of 6

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 5 of 6

Trigonometric Integrals - Part 6 of 6

Trigonometric Substitution - Example 1 Part 1 (the last part is cut off, but finished in the next video!

Trigonometric Substituion - Example 1 Part 2

Trigonometric Substitution - Example 2

Trigonometric Substitution - Example 3 Part 1

Trigonometric Substitution - Example 3 Part 2

Partial Fractions - How to Determine the Coefficients of a Partial Fraction Decomposition

A Complete Partial Fractions Problem

A Complete Partial Fractions Problem Using a Rationalizing Substitution

Calculating Double Integrals Over Rectangular Regions

Calculating Double Integrals Over General Regions

Reversing the Order of Integration - Example 1

Reversing the Order of Integration - Example 2

Finding Areas in Polar Coordinates

Double Integral using Polar Coordinates - Part 1

Double Integral using Polar Coordinates - Part 2

Double Integral using Polar Coordinates - Part 3

Evaluating a Triple Integral in Spherical Coordinates

Line Integrals - Evaluating a Line Integral

Using Integration to Solve First Order Linear Differential Equations

Finding Centroids/Centers of Mass - Part 1

Finding Centroids/Centers of Mass - Part 2

Improper Integrals

Basic Improper Integral Examplesand Information

Example of a More Complicated Improper Integral using L'Hospitals Rule

Improper Integral Example with Infinity in the Upper and Lower Limit

Improper Integral with an Infinite Discontinuity at an Endpoint

Improper Integral with an Infinite Discontinuity in the Middle of the Interval

Volumes of Revolution

Calculating Volumes of Revolution Using the Disk/Washer Method

Work Problems

Finding the Work To Empty a Tank Full of Water

Polar Coordinates / Parametric Curves

Polar Coordinates - The Basics

Polar Coordinates - Basic Graphing

Parametric Curves - Basic Graphing

Parametric Functions - Finding First Derivatives

Parametric Functions - Finding Second Derivatives

Parametric Curves - Calculating Areas

Graphing a Polar Curve - Part 1

Graphing a Polar Curve - Part 2

Arc Length /Surface Area

Finding Surface Area - Part 1 of 2

Finding Surface Area - Part 2 of 2

Sequences and Series

What is a Sequence? Examples Showing Convergence or Divergence

More Examples of Showing Sequences Converging or Diverging

What is a Series? Discusses Geometric Series and the Test for Divergence

Geometric Series - Finding the Fraction Representation of a Rational Number Written as a Decimal

More Examples of Geometric Series and the Test for Divergence(Part 1)

Part 2 of the Above Video That Got Cut Off! (Part 2)

Showing A Series Diverges - Using Partial Sums

Basic Idea of the Integral Test for Series

Example 1 using the Integral Test for Series

Example 2 using the Integral Test for Series

Example 3 Using the Integral Test for Series

Basic Idea of the Limit Comparison Test and Direct Comparison Test for Series

Two Basic Examples: One using the Direct Comparison Test, One using the Limit Comparison Test

More Examples using the Direct Comparison Test and the Limit Comparison Test

Alternating Series, Basic Idea and Example

More Alternating Series Examples

Using The Alternating Series Estimation Theorem

Ratio Test to Determine if a Series Converges - Example 1

Ratio Test to Determine if a Series Converges - Example 2

Power Series for Functions by Manipulating the Power Series Representation for 1/(1-x)

Power Series - Finding the Interval of Convergence

Differentiating and Integrating Power Series to Derive New Power Series Expressions

Multiplying and Dividing Power Series

Taylor and MacLaurin Series - Example 1

Taylor and MacLaurin Series - Example 2

Taylor's Remainder Theorem aka Taylor's Inequality

The Binomial Series - Example 1

The Binomial Series - Example 2 -There is a small mistake at the very end! The power should be (2n+1)

Differential Equations

Solving Separable First Order Differential Equations

Solving First Order Linear Differential Equations (there is a small mistake that is noted during the video)

Solving Exact Differential Equations

Homogeneous Second Order Linear Differential Equations

Vectors

Finding the Magnitude or Length of a Vector

Calculating the Dot Product Between Two Vectors

Cross Product - Finding the Cross Product of Two Vectors

Torque - An Application of the Cross Product

Finding the Domain of a Vector Function

Finding the Limit of a Vector Function

Finding the Scalar Equation of a Plane

The Gradient Vector - Notation and Definition

AP/AB Calculus Videos

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 1 and 2

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 3 and 4

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 5 and 6

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 7 and 8

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 9 and 10

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 11 and 12

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 13 and 14

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 15 and 16

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 17 and 18

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 19 and 20

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 21 and 22

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 23 and 24

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 25 and 26

AB Calculus - Sample Questions 27 and 28

AP/BC Math Videos

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 1 and 2

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 3 and 4

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 5 and 6

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 7 and 8

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 9 and 10

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 11 and 12

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 13 and 14

BC Calculus - Sample Questions 15 and 16