# Calculus

**Calculus**

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## Precalculus[edit | edit source]

1.8 Hyperbolic logarithm and angles

## Limits[edit | edit source]

2.5 Formal Definition of the Limit

2.6 Proofs of Some Basic Limit Rules

## Differentiation[edit | edit source]

### Basics of Differentiation [edit | edit source]

3.2 Product and Quotient Rules

3.3 Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

3.5 Higher Order Derivatives: an introduction to second order derivatives

3.7 Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithm Functions

3.8 Derivatives of Hyperbolic Functions

### Applications of Derivatives [edit | edit source]

3.12 Extrema and Points of Inflection

3.17 Approximating Values of Functions

## Integration[edit | edit source]

### Basics of Integration[edit | edit source]

4.2 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

### Integration Techniques[edit | edit source]

4.6 Derivative Rules and the Substitution Rule

4.8 Trigonometric Substitutions

4.10 Rational Functions by Partial Fraction Decomposition

4.11 Tangent Half Angle Substitution

### Applications of Integration[edit | edit source]

4.18 Volume of Solids of Revolution

## Parametric and Polar Equations[edit | edit source]

### Parametric Equations[edit | edit source]

5.1 Introduction to Parametric Equations

5.2 Differentiation and Parametric Equations

5.3 Integration and Parametric Equations

### Polar Equations[edit | edit source]

5.5 Introduction to Polar Equations

5.6 Differentiation and Polar Equations

5.7 Integration and Polar Equations

## Sequences and Series[edit | edit source]

### Sequences[edit | edit source]

### Series and Tests[edit | edit source]

### Convergence[edit | edit source]

6.10 Absolute and Conditional Convergence

### Series and Calculus[edit | edit source]

### Exercises[edit | edit source]

## Multivariable Calculus[edit | edit source]

### Introduction to Multivariable Calculus[edit | edit source]

7.2 Curves and Surfaces in Space

7.4 Introduction to multivariable calculus

### Differentiation[edit | edit source]

7.7 The chain rule and Clairaut's theorem

7.9 Directional derivatives and the gradient vector

7.10 Derivatives of Multivariate Functions

7.11 Inverse Function Theorem, Implicit Function Theorem (optional)

### Integration[edit | edit source]

- Old: Double Integrals

### Vector calculus[edit | edit source]

7.15 Vector Calculus Identities

7.16 Inverting Vector Calculus Operators

7.17 Points, Paths, Surfaces, and Volumes

7.18 Helmholtz Decomposition Theorem

7.19 Discrete Analog to Vector Calculus

## Differential Equations[edit | edit source]

8.1 Ordinary Differential Equations

8.2 Partial Differential Equations

## Extensions[edit | edit source]

### Advanced Integration Techniques[edit | edit source]

### Further Analysis[edit | edit source]

9.2 Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations

### Formal Theory of Calculus[edit | edit source]

## References[edit | edit source]

- Lester R. Ford, Sr. & Jr. (1963) Calculus, McGraw-Hill via HathiTrust
- w:Mellen W. Haskell (1895) On the introduction of the notion of hyperbolic functions
*Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society*1(6):155–9.