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Prerequisite algebra and geometry formulae
1 Algebra
2 Functions
3 Transcendental functions
4 Special functions
Differential calculus
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1 Limits and continuity
2 Resolving indeterminate forms
3 Definition of derivative
4 Basic differentiation rules
5 Derivatives of transcendental functions
6 Derivatives of other types of functions
7 Linear approximation methods
8 Graphical analysis
9 Word problems
Integral calculus
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1: Indefinite integrals
2: Integration methods
3: Basics of ODE's
4: Definite integrals and the FTC
5: Basic applications of integration
6: Improper and approximate integration
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Basic differentiation and integration formulae
Infinite series
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1: Sequences and series
2: Convergence tests
3: Power series
Linear Algebra
1: Geometric vectors
2: Euclidean vectors
3: Linear systems and matrices
4: Matrix algebra
5: Determinants
6: Lines, planes and other straight objects
7: Subspaces
8: Linear transformations
9: Orthogonality
10: Eigenvalues and diagonalization
11: Complex numbers
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Chapter 2: Resolving indeterminate forms
Written Notes
2-1:
Indeterminate forms
2-2:
The factor-and-cancel method
2-3:
The method of rationalizing
2-4:
Combining fractions and logarithms
2-5:
Basic trigonometric limits
2-6:
Other transcendental limits
2-7:
Limits for parametric and polar curves
Videos
Indeterminate forms
Resolving indeterminate forms 1
Resolving indeterminate forms 2
Two basic trig limits
Limits for parametric curves
Limits for polar curves