# Calculus Videos

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• 0 ### A different perspective to derivatives rather than slopes-3b1b

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• 0 ### Evaluate a Derivative of an Implicit Equation on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Antiderivatives (Indefinite Integrals) on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Evaluate Definite Integrals on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Graph and Evaluate a Definite Integral on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Arc Length on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Solve First Order Differential Equations on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Solve First Order Initial Value Problems on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Perform Implicit Differentiation on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Graph an Implicit Equation on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine the Point of Inflection of a Function on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Higher Order Derivatives on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Equations of Tangent Lines on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Derivative Function Values on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Perform Partial Fraction Decomposition on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Derivatives on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determining One-Sided Limits on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Determine Limits at Infinity on the TI-89 - YouTube

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• 0 ### Partial Proof of L'Hopital's Rule (Only Form 0/0)

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• 0 ### L'Hopital's Rule - Justification Using Tangent Lines (Form 0/0)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=arccsc(x): d/dx[arccsc(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=arccot(x): d/dx[arccot(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=arctan(x): d/dx[arctan(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=arccos(x): d/dx[arccos(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=arcsin(x): d/dx[arcsin(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Cosecant d/dx[csc(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Secant: d/dx[sec(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Cotangent: d/dx[cot(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Tangent: d/dx[tan(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=a^x: d/dx[a^x]=(ln a)a^x (Using Logs)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=a^x: d/dx[a^x]=(ln a)a^x (Definition)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=log_a(x): d/dx[log_a(x)]=1/((ln a)x)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x)=ln(x): d/dx[ln(x)]=1/x (Implicit Diff)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x) = e^x: d/dx[e^x]=e^x (Implicit Differentiation)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of f(x) = e^x: d/dx[e^x]=e^x (Limit Definition)

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• 0 ### Proof - The Chain Rule of Differentiation

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• 0 ### Proof - The Quotient Rule of Differentiation

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• 0 ### Proof - The Product Rule of Differentiation

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• 0 ### Proof - The Power Rule of Differentiation

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Cosine: d/dx[cos(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - The Derivative of Sine: d/dx[sin(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - the Derivative of Sum and Difference of Functions: d/dx[f(x)+g(x)]

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• 0 ### Proof - the Derivative of a Constant Times a Function: d/dx[cf(x)]

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• 0 ### Prove the Derivative of a Constant: d/dx[c]

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• 0 ### Prove the Limit as x Approaches 0 of (e^x-1)/x

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• 0 ### Prove the Limit as x Approaches 0 of (1-cos(x))/x

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• 0 ### Prove the Limit as x Approaches 0 of sin(x)/x

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Use L'Hopital's Rule to Determine a Limit Approaching Zero with Trig Function

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• 0 ### Ex 1: Use L'Hopital's Rule to Determine a Limit Approaching Zero with Trig Function

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• 0 ### Ex: Use L'Hopital's Rule to Determine a Limit Approaching Zero

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• 0 ### Ex: Use L'Hopital's Rule to Determine a Limit Approaching Infinity

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• 0 ### Ex 3: L'Hopitals Rule Involving Exponential Functions

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• 0 ### Ex 2: L'Hopitals Rule Involving Trig Functions

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• 0 ### Ex 1: L'Hopitals Rule Involving Trig Functions

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• 0 ### Partial Proof of L'Hopital's Rule (Only Form 0/0)

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• 0 ### L'Hopital's Rule - Justification Using Tangent Lines (Form 0/0)

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• 0 ### Determine if L'Hopital's Rule Can Be Applied to a Limit (Ex 3)

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• 0 ### Determine if L'Hopital's Rule Can Be Applied to a Limit (Ex 2)

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• 0 ### Determine if L'Hopital's Rule Can Be Applied to a Limit (Ex 1)

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• 0 ### Ex: Newton’s Method to Approximate Zeros – 2 Iterations

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates - Find the Rate of Change of Revenue (Quotient Rule)

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates - Find the Rate of Change of Revenue

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates Problem -- Rate of Change of Distance Between Ships

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Related Rates Problem -- Rate of Change of a Shadow from a Light Pole

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates Problem – Rate of Change of a Shadow from a Light Pole

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates - Air Volume and Pressure

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates - Volume of a Melting Snowball

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• 0 ### Ex: Related Rates - Rotating Light Projecting on a Wall

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• 0 ### Ex 3: Related Rates: Determine the Rate of Change of Volume with Respect to Time

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• 0 ### Ex 2: Related Rates: Determine the Rate of Change of the Area of a Circle With Respect to Time

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• 0 ### Ex 1: Related Rates: Determine the Rate of Change of Profit with Respect to Time

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• 0 ### Ex: Find dy/dx Using Implicit Differentation and the Product Rule - ax-bxy-cy^n=d

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• 0 ### Ex: Find dy/dx Using Implicit Differentation and the Product Rule - e^(2xy)=y^n

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• 0 ### Ex: Perform Implicit Differentiation and Find the Equation of a Tangent Line

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• 0 ### Ex: Implicit Differentiation to Determine a Second Derivative

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• 0 ### Ex: Implicit Differentiation Involving a Trig Function

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• 0 ### Ex: Implicit Differentiation - Equation of Tangent Line

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• 0 ### Ex 4: Implicit Differentiation Involving a Trig Function

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