CALCULUS The greatest invention of humanity Use WolframAlpha for computation and graphing, and checking answers to homework problem. For example, if you aren't sure you integrated correctly, enter the function in Wolfram Alpha to get the solution. If you have trouble with topics watch Khan Academy videos. Calculus for Everyone This is free Calculus book I wrote as part of CUNY's Open Educational Resources. Practice Sample Finals in Math 1201 and 1206 from previous years Calculus I Topics What is a limit? Continuous functions Techniques for finding limits What is a derivative Derivatives rules and formulas More derivatives formulas Implicit differentiation L'Hopital's rule Related rates Maxima and minima of functions Optimization problems What is integration? Integration rules and formulas Calculus II Topics Review of derivatives Integration: Method of substitution Solutions Integration by Parts Solutions Integration: Powers of trigonometric functions Solutions Integration: Method of trigonometric substitution Solutions Integration: Method of partial fractions Solutions Areas and Volumes Solutions Asynchronous Sources of Learning: Areas Volumes Improper Integrals Asynchronous Sources of Learning: Introduction to Improper Integrals Divergent Improper Integral L'Hopital's Rule Asynchronous Sources of Learning: Introduction to L'Hopital's Rule Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Sequences (no homework) Asynchronous Sources of Learning: Introduction to Sequences Series - I Solutions Series - II Solutions Asynchronous Sources of Learning: Direct Comparison Test , Example, Limit Comparison Test, Example, Ratio Test, Conditional and Absolute Convergence, Root Test Power Series Taylor Polynomials Polar Coordinates Final Exam: Professor Jeff Suzuki is writing, programing, and running the group final on an online math system. If you did not get an email from Prof. Suzuki about the finals please email him rightaway. Please send your email to both his emails: JSuzuki@brooklyn.cuny.edu and jeff.a.suzuki@gmail.com Be sure to get set up early and do the practice exam. Please direct all questions on the final exam to Prof. Suzuki. Since the transition to distance education on March 11, 2020 we have been meeting during regular class times via Zoom meetings. Zoom meeting notes are below: < P.S. When this semester began I had no idea that in April I would be feeling very much like Professor Doyle in the above cartoon!