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Calculus for 2011

Calculus for 2011

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FoundationofCalculus 
July15,200
Abstract Lecture1
Welearnthefoundationofcalculususing 
denition approach 
AnyconceptwillbedenedandthenlaterifrequiredwilbeparalleledwithaphysicalinterpretationWerstunderstandwhat istherei
coordinategeometry 
forusden
slopeoftwopoint
anextendthatdenitiontounderstandthe 
slopeofaline 
seeho
slope keepschangingasthelineorientationkeepschanging 
dene 
 functio
anthendenewhati
domain&rang
ofafunction 
plottingoffunction graph
 
Lecture2
Physicalinterpretationofderivative 
intermsofwhatevewelearnttillnow 
Physicalinterpretationoflimit
with4examples
enelimit
 limits 
 formula
example
Lecture3
Derivatives 
denitionofderivative 
derivativeof 
somexamples 
fromusingdenition 
 formulae&itsusag
lotsof 
interestinproblem
Lecture4
Integration 
Physicalinterpreation 
ofintegration 
integrationvsderivative 
(mathematicallyspeaking) 
problem
(circleareacircumference,volumeofcylinder,sphere)numericalproblemsformulae&Us
Denitionapproachoflearningnewtopic
Denitionapproachiswhatwewillusehere.Wewon'treallytrytophysicallylocatewhatthedenitionsaresayingbutratherwillexceptthemas startingblockstostartunderstandingoffurtherdevelopmentofthetopic.Calculuscanbebestunderstoodusingphysics.Wecanhavesomeexamplesfrom physicsbutwewillsolvelotofproblemsthataremathematicalandaregoing tousethedenitionandvalidatethat
 
CONTENTS 
Content
ILectureI
1Cartesiancoordinatesystem
1.1Plottingpoints............................1.2Deneslopefortwopoints......................1.3Slopeofaline.............................1.4Slopesofline.............................
2Functions
2.1Examplesofafunctions.......................2.2Findingvaluesoffunctioni
y
=
(
x
)
 
CONTENTS 
5.4MethodsofSolvingIntegrals....................35.4.1Methodofsubstitution....................3

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