Prep for GRE® Subject Math Exam-Module2:Single Var Calculus
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This course is a prep course for the GRE Subject exam in Mathematics. If you wish to apply for a grad program in math, statistics and such, this exam is required.
This is the second module and includes all the single variable calculus material needed in order to excel in the exam. More importantly, the course teaches techniques for solving problems FAST (since in the exam you will have 2.5 min per question - very little time).
We will go over the following topics:
The course is designed to review all that is necessary to get you up to speed and get you solving real exam problems. Knowledge covered in the first module is assumed.
See the free intro lecture of the first module to get more details.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Modules of the prep coursePreview
|Section 2: Limits|
Limits of Sequences
Limits of Functions
Limits of Functions - Continued
Function Derivative and Features
|Section 3: Integration|
Integration - Basics
Integration - Part 2
Integration - Quiz
Integrals, Sums and LimitsPreview
Integrals, Sums and Limits - Part 2
|Section 4: Quiz|
Quiz - Answers
|Section 5: Handouts|
Gilad Pagi graduated 1st in class during his B.S in Math and B.S+M.S in Engineering. Pagi has more than 10 years of experience in teaching, including teaching positions in calculus and linear algebra university courses, private and group tutoring. Pagi achieved a top score in the subject math exam (900). He currently serves as a calculus instructor at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he is pursuing his PhD in Mathematics.