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Video Tour  Core Tutorial  Problem Drill  Cheatsheet  AudioBook  Printable Calculus I Rapid Learning Series is the first of the threecourse calculus sequence (I, II & III), designed typically for math, science and engineering majors or anyone who is required to take three semesters of calculus courses in college. This sequence of three courses cover the single variable and multivariable calculus. If you are required to take only one semester of calculus course, go for our College Calculus  RL411. If you are required to take three semesters of calculus courses, you should take our Calculus I, Calculus II and Calculus III, each represents onesemester of contents sequentially. This Calculus I course includes elementary functions, trigonometry review, concepts of limits, derivatives, integrals and the applications, with the focus on conceptual understanding and problem solving. With the understanding of the fact that for many students calculus is a difficult subject, we adapt a more gentle and visual approach to calculus concepts. This ensures the learning of calculus is easy and fun, by watching the YouTube like videos and playing interactive drills. Starting with your basic understanding of functions and graphs, we introduce the concept of limits visually and build the foundation of calculus. For the core units of derivative and integral, we illustrate each concept graphically and demonstrate how to solve each type of calculus problems step by step. We then help to build your critical skills in problem solving, graphing calculators and calculus exam with visualization and examples.
Calculus I Rapid Learning Series This 24chapter series provides comprehensive coverage of traditional college calculus topics for any students who are taking business calculus and calculus for life science, social science and other nonmath majors. Core Unit #1 – The Foundation
Core Unit #2 – Functions and Graphs
Core Unit #3 – Limits and Continuity
Core Unit #4 – Derivatives
Core Unit #5 – Integrals
Core Unit #6 – Critical Skills
Each chapter comes with five learning components: Master Calculus the richmedia way, get started now: Course Preview
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