
Intro Calculus Lecture Notes

Math 249 Introductory Calculus Joseph Ling, University of Calgary These lecture notes include discussions of limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of the derivative, and integrals.

Chemistry 1S: Basic Calculus for Chemists Paul May, University of Bristol These course notes are from the first year course in basic Calculus for chemistry majors. They include all the lecture notes, tutorial questions and answers, test questions and answers, and handouts from the entire course.

Calculus 12 Bob Gardner, East Tennessee State University These are the second half year of Calculus. Topics include: Applications of Integrals, Transcendental Functions and Differential Equations, Transcendental Functions and Differential Equations, and Infinite Series.

Calculus 1 Bob Gardner, East Tennessee State University These are very complete course notes that cover the first half year of Calculus. Topics include: Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives, Integration, Applications of Integrals and more.

MA1002: Intro Calculus Ian Craw, University of Aberdeen The course notes are split into three parts, namely: differentiation, integration, and
application of differentiation.

Math 100: UBC Calculus Various, University of British Columbia These lecture notes cover Functions, Derivatives, Tools for Calculating Derivatives, and Simple Differential Equations. Some more specific topics are Powers of x: positive integer exponents, Polynomials, The linear nature of graphs, Rates of change and the slope of a curve, Differentiating Constant Functions, and Differentiating Linear Functions.

MATA26Y: Calculus S. Tryphonas, University of Toronto These are a set of indepth calculus lecture notes. Some of the topics include Mathematical Sign Language, Induction, Polynomials and Rational Functions
The Mean Value Theorem for Rational Functions, Approximation of Rational Functions, Solving Polynomial Equations, Asymptotic Behaviour of Rational Functions, Techniques of Differentiation, Techniques of Integration, Applications of Maxima and Minima, Numerical Integration, Taylor's Theorem, and Differential Equations.

First Year Calculus William Chen, Macquarie University, Australia This course covers number systems, functions, continuity, differential equations and integrals.

History of Mathematics G. Donald Allen, Texas A & M University In this course you will see firsthand many of the results that have made what mathematics is today and meet the mathematicians that created them. One particularly interesting attribute of these "builders" of mathematical structure is how clear they were about what to prove. Their results turn out to be just what is needed to establish other results sometimes in an unrelated area.

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