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Basic Concepts
1.1 Real Numbers and Functions
1.2 Limits
1.2.1 Two important estimates
1.3 More Limits
1.4 Continuous Functions
1.5 Lines
1.6 Tangent Lines and the Derivative
1.6.1 Derivatives without Limits
1.7 Secant Lines and the Derivative
1.8 Differentiability implies Continuity
1.9 Basic Examples of Derivatives
1.10 The Exponential and Logarithm Functions
1.11 Differentiability on Closed Intervals
1.12. OTHER NOTATIONS FOR THE DERIVATIVE 21
1.12 Other Notations for the Derivative
1.13 Rules of Differentiation
1.13.1 Linearity of the Derivative
1.13.2 Product and Quotient Rules
1.13.3 Chain Rule
1.13.4 Hyperbolic Functions
1.13.5 Derivatives of Inverse Functions
1.13.6 Implicit Differentiation
1.14 Related Rates
1.15. EXPONENTIAL GROWTH AND DECAY 41
1.15 Exponential Growth and Decay
1.16. MORE EXPONENTIAL GROWTH AND DECAY 43
1.16 More Exponential Growth and Decay
1.17 The Second and Higher Derivatives
1.18 Numerical Methods
1.18.1 Approximation by Differentials
1.18.2 Newton’s Method
1.18.3 Euler’s Method
1.19. TABLE OF IMPORTANT DERIVATIVES 63
1.19 Table of Important Derivatives
Global Theory
2.1 Cauchy’s Mean Value Theorem
2.2. UNIQUE SOLUTIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 67
2.2 Unique Solutions of Differential Equations
2.3.1 Monotonicity on Intervals
2.3.2 Monotonicity at a Point
2.4 The Second Derivative and Concavity
2.4.1 Concavity on Intervals
2.4.2 Concavity at a Point
2.5 Local Extrema and Inflection Points
2.6 Detection of Local Extrema
2.7 Detection of Inflection Points
2.8 Absolute Extrema of Functions
2.9 Optimization Story Problems
2.10 Sketching Graphs
Integration
3.1 Properties of Areas
3.2 Partitions and Sums
3.2.1 Upper and Lower Sums
3.2.2 Riemann Sums
3.3 Limits and Integrability
3.3.1 The Darboux Integral and Areas
3.3.2 The Riemann Integral
3.5 Some elementary observations
3.6 Areas and Integrals
3.7 Anti-derivatives
3.8 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
3.8.1 Some Proofs
3.9 Substitution
3.9.1 Substitution and Definite Integrals
3.10 Areas between Graphs
3.11 Numerical Integration
3.12 Applications of the Integral
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