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Calculus review

  1. Aug 21, 2008 #1
    I'm beginning my undergrad education this fall. I took AP Calculus in my junior year of high school. My school didn't offer any math after AP Calc and so I haven't done any calc for over a year. Does anyone know any good websites where I can go to review calculus concepts before I start college?
     
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  4. Aug 21, 2008 #3
    Thanks, that is exactly the kind of site I was looking for.
     
  5. Jul 7, 2009 #4

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    Any good calculus review sites?

    (Moderator's note: the following 3 posts have been merged from a separate thread -- Redbelly98)

    I'm going back to school and I need to know some websites that could give me a good review of calculus 1 and calculus 2. I haven't seen the stuff in two years. I could also use a physics review website too. :uhh:
     
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  6. Jul 7, 2009 #5
    Re: Any good calculus review sites?

    This website is very good and has helped me prepare for Calc. II. Hope this helps!

    http://www.justmathtutoring.com/

    (Click on Free Calculus Videos)
     
  7. Jul 8, 2009 #6
    Re: Any good calculus review sites?

    Yes, there are plenty. I don't know if you want single variable calculus resources only or if you also want multivariate calculus resources (in some schools calculus is 2 semesters long, so calc 1 is single variable and cacl 2 is multi/vector; whereas in some schools calculus is taught over 3 semesters), so I will list both.

    If you want only notes (which might be most time efficient for review purposes), see the sites below.

    Karl's Calculus Tutor: http://www.karlscalculus.org/calculus.html

    Paul's Online Math Notes: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/

    Now, if you are also interested in lectures for the purposes of review, please see the following sites.

    Midnight Tutors: http://www.midnighttutor.com/index.php or http://www.youtube.com/user/midnighttutor

    MIT OCW Single Variable Calculus: http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/18-01Fall-2006/VideoLectures/index.htm or http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4C4C8A7D06566F38

    MIT OCW Multivariable Calculus: http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/18-02Fall-2007/VideoLectures/index.htm or http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4C4C8A7D06566F3

    Princeton Videos Lectures By Adrian Banner: http://press.princeton.edu/video/banner/

    Math TV: http://www.mathtv.com/

    Tutorials For The Calculus Phobe: http://www.calculus-help.com/funstuff/phobe.html

    As for physics, you ought to ask for that in the appropriate section.
     
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  8. Jun 27, 2010 #7
    If you are looking for some worked examples, This site helped me when I first started off:

    http://justmathtutoring.com/page11.html

    Although If you keep your head up and work hard you should be fine.
     
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  10. Dec 27, 2010 #9
    Google the basic rules of integrals.

    This really helped me to understand basically how we derive calculus differential or integral.

    How can you define the volume of a sphere without actually specifying a radius?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integral

    Wiki pinch of salt but generally the pure maths is ok.
     
  11. May 11, 2011 #10

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  12. May 11, 2011 #11
    The Khanacademy is a pretty good place for refreshing on Calculus. You can also look into MIT OCW for some advance stuff.

    khanacademy.org
    ocw.mit.edu
     
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