Calculus IV is a college-level math course that integrates and builds up the lessons students learned in Calculus I, II and III while adding new math concepts. The course covers topics that are applicable to students maj... More »

A person's experience and success in mathematics is largely the defining factor of how hard calculus is. This is because a person must master precalculus to learn calculus, and algebra must be mastered to know precalculu... More »

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Dr. Paul Dawkins, math professor at Lamar University, outlines the topics covered in the calculus 2 course, which build on the knowledge of previous calculus topics such as limits, basic integration, derivatives and inte... More »

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Precalculus is a course that prepares students for calculus classes. Advanced ability with functions, analytic geometry, function representations, algebraic expressions and a familiarity with trigonometry are all part of... More »

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Precalculus with limits is a high school math course that covers topics in algebra, geometry and trigonometry and prepares students to study calculus. Students often take this course as juniors or seniors in high school. More »

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Written by Mark Ryan, "Calculus for Dummies" helps students understand calculus with easy-to-understand concepts. This book explains that calculus is a combination of advanced algebra, geometry and trigonometry and indic... More »

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University of Illinois at Chicago's Math 180 class covers Calculus I. The course is a requirement to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, the teaching of mathematics or mathematics and computer science. It i... More »

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