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CLEP Calculus

This free online course describes the methods of differentiation, as well as some logarithmic and exponential functions.

Publisher: ADU
If you are a professional, student, or someone with an interest in understanding the concepts of differentiation and applications of integral calculus, this free online course will guide you. You will learn how to find limits of polynomial and rational functions, as well as how to integrate natural logarithmic and exponential functions. This course will teach you about definite integrals. Register now to expand your knowledge of CLEP calculus.
CLEP Calculus
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    10-15 Hours
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CLEP Calculus is a free online course that has been carefully curated to teach you about the methods of differentiation and the applications of integration. You will be introduced to the concepts of limits, as well as how to find limits from tables or graphs. The derivative and notation are key concepts to understand when dealing with differentiation. The relationship between differentiability and continuity will also be highlighted in this course. You will also learn about the relationship between limits and asymptotes. Did you know that there are two types of asymptotes? Prepare yourself to learn about their differences. The absolute extrema is related to both absolute minima and maxima. The Sandwich theorem is a useful tool in calculating some types of limits. Examine how to use the Sandwich theorem. State how to use a chart to find the absolute extrema of a curve. Upon the successful completion of this course, you should be able to differentiate between the concave up, along with the concave down curves. 

The mean value and Rolle’s theorem are important theories to understand when working with derivatives. The first and second derivative tests will also be analyzed in this course. You will learn about the concepts of integration and constant of integration. The relationship between Riemann Sums and area under a curve will be highlighted in this course. u-Substitution allows for an immediate reversal of the process of differentiation. You will become familiar with how to find integrals using the u-Substitution method. The optimization problem seeks the best value for a variable quantity. Discuss the steps involved in solving an optimization problem. You will also become familiar with linear approximations and differentials. Did you know that there are three sigma laws? Prepare yourself to learn about their differences, as well as the appropriate use of these laws to simplify calculations.

This course will teach you how to integrate the six trigonometric functions. When integrating certain binomials, trigonometric substitutions can be useful. You will also be able to discuss integration using lnx if you are working with natural logarithmic functions. The technique of integration by parts will also be highlighted in this course. you will acquire knowledge on integrating inverse trigonometric and natural exponential functions. The relationship between the velocity, as well as the position function will be analyzed. You will also be able to explain the surface of revolution and how to find the arc length. Exponential growth and decay are key concepts in Calculus. You will become familiar with their various applications. This course will be of great interest to students, researchers, teachers, and anyone with an interest in CLEP Calculus. So, register for this course and start your next learning journey today.

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