- Comprehensive Quiz: Pass This Quiz And You Should Be Ready for Calculus 2!
- You are introduced to sets and set concepts.
" Started the course today. I like it. So far it's been review of calculus and it's been a good, simple review. Jason explains things well. I like the video lectures. I think I can finish this course way faster than studying a textbook on my own because of the video lectures seem to make learning faster. Thanks " ---- Virat Karam
Learn Calculus: With Fundamental Explanations And Quizzes was made and designed with unlimited resources about calculus and all-time guideline available for respected students .This 85 lectures, Quizzes and 20 hour course explain most of the valuable things in calculus, and it includes shortcut rules, text explanations and examples to help you test your understanding along the way. Become a Calculus Master with this course and be ready for your college calculus course.
Calculus Mathematics seems to be a dark art … full of confusion, misconceptions, misleading information, and students afraid of it. But at heart, Calculus is pretty simple, and this course explains it all..
At the end of this course you'll have a firm understanding of how Calculus works, Derivative Rules & Examples with shortcut tricks, Limits and Continuity and a complete series of calculus with quizzes.
In this course you will get to know about :
- Limits and Continuity.
- Difference Quotient
- Empty holes and oscillatory graphs
- Horizontal & Vertical Asymptote with Examples
- Composition of Continuous Functions
- Euler functions and Sinc functions
- I.V.T. and Squeeze
- Zero Limit Rule
- Derivative Rules & Examples
- Cube Root Derivative
And Much More in One Place!
Understand fast-talking native English speakers thanks to quotes from 3 of my favourite movies.
Tools and practical skills for the modern leader
About the instructors
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Jason Patrick Broadway
Dedicated Math Instructor Who Wants You To Learn Calculus!
Hi! My name is Jason Broadway. I have my M.S. in mathematics from Middle Tennessee State University and I have taught calculus before in the technical college setting. I have also tutored individuals one-on-one in calculus. Students have thanked me for opening doors for them that were once shut. When I taught and tutored, I showed patience toward my students. They also appreciated the fact that I did not skip steps whenever I taught a particular concept.
I do not understand the vocabulary...the course is over my head and I believe I need a course leading into this one. I am 78 years old and have had all the prerequisites, however, perhaps I need to start at the beginning. What do you recommend?
Very Confusing lecture. It seems like the instructor does not have a clear idea o what he wants to communicate. I might know about math, but he is struggling to convey the ideas.
I've taken College level Calculus I and II, and the way he describes functions and limits makes absolutely no sense. He's simply reading off pre-made notes instead of demonstrating personally.