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CALCULUS
Functions and Graphs
1.1 Coordinates
1.2 Functions
1.2.1 Graphs
1.2.2 Elementary functions
1.2.3 Exponential functions and natural logarithms
1.2.4 Trigonometric functions
1.3 Some exercises
The Derivative
2.1 The meaning of the derivative
2.2 Limits of Functions
2.3 Calculation of Derivatives
2.4 Applications of the Derivative
2.4.1 Curve sketching
2.4.2 Maximum - minimum problems
2.4.3 Optimization
2.4.4 Exponential growth and decay
2.5 Local Linearity
2.5.1 Application: The chain rule
2.6 Some exercises
The Integral
3.1 The Indeﬁnite Integral
3.2 The Deﬁnite Integral
3.3 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
3.4 Some exercises
Multivariable Calculus
4.1 Functions of Two Variables
4.1.1 Graphic representation of functions
4.1.2 Linear functions
4.2 Limits, Continuity, and Partial Derivatives
4.2.1 Limits and continuity
4.2.2 Partial derivatives
4.3 Local Linearity
4.4 Some exercises
MATRIX ALGEBRA
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Vectors and Matrices
5.3 Systems of Linear Equations
5.4 The Inverse Matrix
5.5 Determinants
5.6 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
5.7 Some exercises
6.1 Exponential Growth and Decay
6.2 Solutions and Direction Fields
6.3 Equations with Variables Separable
6.4 Some Applications of Separable Equations
6.4.1 The spread of infectious diseases
6.4.2 Drug dosage
6.4.3 Allometry
6.6 Some Qualitative Applications
6.6.1 Population growth with harvesting
6.6.2 The spread of infectious diseases
6.7 Some exercises
7.1 The Phase Plane
7.4 Stability of Equilibria
7.5.1 Predator-prey systems
7.5.2 An epidemiological model
7.6 Some exercises
8.1 Double integrals over a rectangle
8.2 Double integrals over more general regions
8.3 Some exercises
9.1 The Mean Value Theorem
9.2 Taylor Polynomials
9.3 Taylor’s Theorem
9.4 The Taylor Series of a Function
9.5 Convergence of Power Series
9.6 Some exercises
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