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# CALCULUS CURRICULUM

## BOOK: CALCULUS ESSENTIALS FOR DUMMIES (TEXTBOOK AND WORKBOOK)

1. INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS
1.1. Calculus definition
1.2. Real-world applications
1.3. Limits, differentiation, integrals
2. LIMITS AND CONTINUITY
2.1. Lateral limits
2.2. Infinite limits
2.3. Limits involving infinity
2.4. Limits of continuous functions
2.5. One-sided and two-sided limits
2.6. Points of discontinuity
2.7. Horizontal and vertical asymptotes
2.8. Holes
2.9. Types of discontinuity
3. EVALUATING LIMITS
3.1. Solving limits at infinity
3.2. L
4. DIFFERENTIATION
4.1. The derivate, it´s just slope.
4.2. The derivate, it´s just a rate
4.3. The derivate of a curve
4.4. Different quotient
4.5. Three cases where derivate does not exist
5. DIFFERENTIATION RULES
5.1. Basic differentiation rules
5.1.1. The constant rule
5.1.2. The power rule
5.1.3. The constant multiple rule
5.1.4. The sum and difference rules
5.1.5. Differentiating trigonometric functions
5.1.6. Exponential and logarithmic functions
5.1.7. The product and quotient rules
5.1.8. The chain rule
5.2. Differentiating implicitly
6. Differentiation and the shape of the curves
6.1. Local and absolute maximum and minimum
6.2. Find critical numbers
6.3. The first derivate test
6.4. The second derivate test
6.5. Finding absolute extrema over a function’s entire domain
6.6. Concavity and inflection points
6.7. Graphs of derivates
6.8. The mean value theorem
7. DIFFERENTIATION PROBLEMS
7.1. Optimization problems
7.2. Position velocity and acceleration
7.3. Velocity VS speed
7.4. Maximum and minimum height
7.5. Velocity and displacement
7.6. Speed and distance traveled
7.7. Acceleration
7.8. Linear approximation
8. INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATION
8.1. Integration, just fancy addition (definition)
8.2. Finding the area under a curve
8.3. Approximating area
8.4. Summation notation
8.5. Writing Riemann sums with sigma notation
8.6. Finding exact area with the definite integrals
9. INTEGRATION: BACKWARDS DIFFERENTIATION
9.1. Antidifferentiation
9.2. The annoying area function
9.3. Fundamental theorem of calculus
9.4. Antiderivates,basic rules
9.4.1. Guess and check
9.4.2. Substitution
10. INTEGRATION
10.1. Integration by parts
10.2. Tricky trigonometric integrals
10.2.1. Sine and cosine
10.2.2. Secant and tangent
10.2.3. Cosecant and cotangent
10.3. Trigonometric substitution
10.4. Partial fractions
11. USING INTEGRALS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
11.1. The mean value theorem for integrals and average value
11.2. The area between two curves
11.3. Volumes of weird solids
11.3.1. The meat –slicer method
11.3.2. The disk method
11.3.3. The washer method
11.3.4. The matryoshka doll method
11.4. Arc length
11.5. Improper integrals