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• Discrete mathematics part 1
• Discrete Math - 1.1.1 Propositions, Negations, Conjunctions and Disjunctions
• Discrete Math - 1.1.2 Implications Converse, Inverse, Contrapositive and Biconditionals
• Discrete Math - 1.1.3 Constructing a Truth Table for Compound Propositions
• Discrete Math 1.2.1 - Translating Propositional Logic Statements
• Discrete Math - 1.2.2 Solving Logic Puzzles
• Discrete Math - 1.2.3 Introduction to Logic Circuits
• Discrete Math - 1.3.1 “Proving” Logical Equivalences with Truth Tables
• Discrete Math - 1.3.2 Key Logical Equivalences Including De Morgan’s Laws
• Discrete Math - 1.3.3 Constructing New Logical Equivalences
• Discrete Math - 1.4.1 Predicate Logic
• Discrete Math - 1.4.2 Quantifiers
• Discrete Math - 1.4.3 Negating and Translating with Quantifiers
• Discrete Math - 1.5.1 Nested Quantifiers and Negations
• Discrete Math - 1.5.2 Translating with Nested Quantifiers
• Discrete Math - 1.6.1 Rules of Inference for Propositional Logic
• Discrete Math - 1.6.2 Rules of Inference for Quantified Statements
• Discrete Math - 1.7.1 Direct Proof
• Discrete Math - 1.7.2 Proof by Contraposition
• Discrete Math - 1.7.3 Proof by Contradiction
• Discrete Math - 1.8.1 Proof by Cases
• Discrete Math - 1.8.2 Proofs of Existence And Uniqueness
• Discrete Math - 2.1.1 Introduction to Sets
• Discrete Math - 2.1.2 Set Relationships
• Discrete Math - 2.2.1 Operations on Sets
• Discrete Math - 2.2.2 Set Identities
• Discrete Math - 2.2.3 Proving Set Identities
• Discrete Math - 2.3.1 Introduction to Functions
• Discrete Math - 2.3.2 One to One and Onto Functions
• Discrete Math - 2.3.3 Inverse Functions and Composition of Functions
• Discrete Math - 2.3.4 Useful Functions to Know
• Discrete Math - 2.4.1 Introduction to Sequences
• Discrete Math - 2.4.2 Recurrence Relations
• Discrete Math - 2.4.3 Summations and Sigma Notation
• Discrete Math - 2.4.4 Summation Properties and Formulas
• Calculus part 1
• Calculus 1.1 A Preview of Calculus
• Calculus 1.2.1 Find Limits Graphically and Numerically: Estimate a Limit Numerically or Graphically
• Calculus 1.2.2 Find Limits Graphically and Numerically: When Limits Fail to Exist
• Calculus 1.2.3 Find Limits Graphically and Numerically: The Formal Definition of A Limit
• Calculus 1.3.1 Evaluating Limits Using Properties of Limits
• Calculus 1.3.2 Evaluating Limits By Dividing Out or Rationalizing
• Calculus 1.3.3 Evaluating Limits Using the Squeeze Theorem
• Calculus 1.4.1 Continuity on Open Intervals
• Calculus 1.4.2 Continuity on Closed Intervals
• Calculus 1.4.3 Properties of Continuity
• Calculus 1.4.4 The Intermediate Value Theorem
• Calculus 1.5.1 Determine Infinite Limits
• Calculus 1.5.2 Determine Vertical Asymptotes
• Calculus 2.1.1 Find the Slope of a Tangent Line
• Calculus 2.1.2 Derivatives Using the Limit Definition
• Calculus 2.1.3 Differentiability and Continuity
• Calculus 2.2.1 Basic Differentiation Rules
• Calculus 2.2.2 Rates of Change
• Calculus 2.3.1 The Product and Quotient Rules
• Calculus 2.3.2 Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions
• Calculus 2.3.3 Higher Order Derivatives
• Calculus 2.4.1 The Chain Rule
• Calculus 2.4.2 The General Power Rule
• Calculus 2.4.3 Simplifying Derivatives
• Calculus 2.4.4 Trigonometric Functions and the Chain Rule
• Calculus 2.5.1 Implicit and Explicit Functions
• Calculus 2.5.2 Implicit Differentiation
• Calculus I - 2.6.1 Related Rates - Water Ripples (2D Circle)
• Calculus I - 2.6.2 Related Rates - Balloon Inflation (Sphere)
• Calculus I - 2.6.3 Related Rates - Modeling with Triangles
• Calculus 3.1.1 Extrema of a Function on an Interval
• Calculus 3.1.2 Relative Extrema of a Function on an Open Interval
• Calculus 3.1.3 Find Extrema on a Closed Interval
• Calculus 3.2.1 Rolle’s Theorem
• Calculus 3.2.2 The Mean Value Theorem
• Calculus 3.3.1 Increasing and Decreasing Intervals
• Calculus 3.3.2 The First Derivative Test
• Calculus 3.4.1 Intervals of Concavity
• Calculus 3.4.2 Points of Inflection
• Calculus 3.4.3 The Second Derivative Test
• Calculus 3.4.4 Putting It All Together
• Calculus 3.5.1 Determine Finite Limits at Infinity
• Calculus 3.5.2 Determine Horizontal Asymptotes of a Function
• Calculus 3.5.3 Horizontal Asymptotes - Tricky Examples
• Calculus 3.5.4 Determine Infinite Limits at Infinity
• Calculus 3.6.1 A Summary of Curve Sketching
• Calculus 3.6.2 Curve Sketching - Full Practice
• Calculus 3.7.1 Optimization Problems
• Calculus 3.7.2 Optimization Practice
• Calculus 4.1.1 Antiderivatives
• Calculus 4.1.2 Basic Integration Rules
• Calculus 4.1.3 Find Particular Solutions to Differential Equations
• Calculus 4.2.1 Sigma Notation
• Calculus 4.2.2 The Concept of Area
• Calculus 4.2.3 The Approximate Area of a Plane Region
• Calculus 4.2.4 Finding Area By The Limit Definition
• Calculus 4.3.1 Riemann Sums
• Calculus 4.3.2 Definite Integrals
• Calculus 4.3.3 Properties of Definite Integrals
• Calculus 4.4.1 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
• Calculus 4.4.2 The Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
• Calculus 4.4.3 The Average Value of a Function
• Calculus 4.4.4 The Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
• Calculus 4.5.1 Use Pattern Recognition in Indefinite Integrals
• Calculus 4.5.2 Change of Variables for Indefinite Integrals
• Calculus 5.1.1 Properties of the Natural Logarithmic Function
• Calculus 5.1.2 The Number e
• Calculus 5.1.3 The Derivative of the Natural Logarithmic Function
• Calculus 5.2.1 The Log Rule for Integration
• Calculus 5.2.2 Integrals of Trigonometric Functions
• Calculus 5.3.1 Verify Functions are Inverses of One Another
• Calculus 5.3.2 Determine Whether a Function Has An Inverse
• Calculus 5.3.3 Find the Inverse of a Function
• Calculus 5.3.4 Find the Derivative of an Inverse of a Function
• Calculus 5.4.1 The Natural Exponential Function
• Calculus 5.4.2 Derivatives of the Natural Exponential Function
• Calculus 5.4.3 Integrals of the Natural Exponential Function
• Calculus 5.5.1 Exponential Functions with Bases Other than e
• Calculus 5.5.2 Differentiate and Integrate with Bases Other than e
• Calculus 5.5.3 Applications of Bases Other than e
• Calculus 5.6.1 Indeterminate Forms
• Calculus 5.6.2 L’Hôpital’s Rule
• Calculus 5.7.1 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Calculus 5.7.2 Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Calculus 5.8.1 Integrate Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Calculus 5.8.2 Integrate Using the Completing the Square Technique
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