Calculus

Calculus
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (201 ratings)
11,624 students
Calculus
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (201 ratings)
11,624 students
Understand The Vocabulary of Calculus
Derivatives, including all of the derivative rules, Shortcut Rules
Everything about Euler functions and Sinc functions, I.V.T. and Squeeze, Zero Limit Rule
Limits & Continuity and how to find discontinuities in a function

Requirements

  • A Basic Calculator
  • Basic Algebra and Trigonometry Knowledge
  • A decent foundation Algebra/Trigonometry (it doesn't have to be perfect! :D)
  • Arithmetically Strong though (times tables, adding, etc.)
Description

Student Recommendation: 

" 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!

Who this course is for:
  • Students who need help in calculus! Students who want a caring tutor.
  • Parents looking for extra support with calculus
  • Anyone in love with Calculus
Course content
7 sections • 85 lectures • 19h 55m total length
  • Comprehensive Quiz: Pass This Quiz And You Should Be Ready for Calculus 2!
    1 question
  • You are introduced to sets and set concepts.
    05:50
  • You are warmly introduced to my class!
    01:00
  • Ordinary limits and continuity.
    02:48
  • Empty holes and oscillatory graphs.
    02:30
  • One-sided limits...and one-sided continuity
    03:00
  • One-sided example
    10:56
  • Horizontal Asymptote
    06:33
  • Vertical Asymptote
    17:47
  • Important Limit Rules...Memorize!
    08:02
  • Limit Rule Examples
    08:52
  • Horizontal Asymptote Model Example
    05:13
  • Horizontal Asymptote Example
    08:23
  • Composition of Continuous Functions
    09:49
  • Substitution
    19:52
  • Euler functions and Sinc functions
    07:53
  • I.V.T. and Squeeze
    12:32
  • Zero Limit Rule
    12:52
  • Heaviside and step functions
    17:09
  • What can be said of the Heaviside function?
    2 questions
  • Limit examples
    17:42
  • Horizontal asymptote examples
    15:40
  • Tricky limit examples with radicals
    14:21
  • Derivative definition
    19:58
  • Tangent lines
    19:41
  • Tangent line example
    19:38
  • Derivative example
    19:06
  • Derivatives of polynomials
    03:14
  • Non-differentiable at a point
    09:56
  • Derivatives of radicals/roots
    19:50
  • Derivatives of negative power functions
    19:50
  • Cube root derivative using limits
    19:49
  • Secant derivative using limits
    19:31
  • Euler limits again
    19:33
  • Asymptotes again
    19:31
  • Back to derivatives
    19:52
  • More derivatives
    19:55
  • Differentiating the cot function
    03:01
  • Continuous but not differentiable
    12:49
  • Tangent line review
    19:51
  • Shortcut Rules!
    19:46
  • Shortcut examples!
    19:00
  • Power Rule With Rational Exponents
    16:21
  • Chain Rule
    16:00
  • Chain Rule 2
    10:58
  • Shortcuts And Exponents
    15:52
  • Shortcuts And Exponents Part 2
    11:11
  • Shortcuts And Exponents Part 3
    11:12
  • Chain Rule Again
    11:00
  • Chain Rule And Quotient Rule
    10:04
  • Quotient Rule
    05:55
  • Quotient Rule Part 2
    13:45
  • Quotient Rule Part 3
    11:03
  • Chain Rule And Product Rule
    19:59
  • Chain Rule Extended
    05:50
  • Chain Rule Extended Part 2
    19:39
  • Chain Rule Part 3 Modified
    19:12
  • More Examples Garden Variety
    19:15
  • Example From The Last Video Extended
    05:39
  • Derivatives Of Terms With Radical Exponents
    19:58
  • Derivatives Of Power Functions
    10:29
  • Handling Differentiation At An Exceptional Point
    10:03
  • Logs Logs
    19:52
  • Easy Calculus And Hard Algebra.
    17:40
  • Review Of Chain Rule
    09:08
  • For each f(x), find d/dx[f(x)]
    8 questions
  • Higher Order Derivatives
    19:59
  • Higher Order Derivatives Continued
    19:54
  • Existence Of The Second Derivative At A Particular Point
    06:25
  • Implicit Differentiation
    19:56
  • More Implicit Differentiation
    08:00
  • More Implicit Differentiation
    19:56
  • More Implicit Differentiation
    11:06
  • Implicit Differentiation Quiz
    7 questions
  • Differentials
    17:31
  • More Differentials
    19:56
  • More Differentials
    05:34
  • Differentials Quiz
    5 questions
  • Extrema Part 1
    18:37
  • Extrema Part 2
    16:31
  • Extrema Part 3
    11:52
  • Extrema Part 4
    15:07
  • Increase And Decrease
    17:25
  • Increase And Decrease Alternative Explanation
    19:34
  • Mean Value Theorem
    16:15
  • Concavity Prelude
    19:54
  • Concavity I
    19:49
  • Concavity II
    19:03
  • L'Hospital's Rule
    19:58
  • Newton's Method
    10:19

Instructor
Dedicated Math Instructor Who Wants You To Learn Calculus!
Jason Patrick Broadway
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 201 Reviews
  • 12,568 Students
  • 1 Course

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.