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View Resource Calculus Course Materials

An online course: learning units presented in worksheet format review the most important results, techniques and formulas in college and pre-college calculus. Logarithms and Exponential; Sequences; Series; Techniques of Integration; Local Behavior of Functions; Power Series; Fourier Series; and an Appendix of Mathematical Tables.

View Resource Field Guide to Functions

This field guide contains a quick look at the functions commonly encountered in single variable calculus, with exercises for each topic: linear, polynomial, power, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise functions. Also algebraic operations on functions, function composition, and general types of functions.

View Resource Algebra (MathPages)

More than 50 "informal notes" by Kevin Brown on algebra. Kummer's Objection; irreducibility criteria, multiple linear regression, string algebra, characteristic polynomial of a matrix, iterated means, sums of powers, polynomials from Pascal's Triangle, and many more.

View Resource Scaling the Natural World Using Dimensional Analysis

A unit that addresses the sheer volume of incomprehensible numbers (speed, distance, age) in the natural world, helping students to understand the scale of the world using the concepts of rates, proportions and dimensional analysis. Students learn to calculate problems such as: Measurements indicate that the continents of Europe and North America are separating (plate tectonics) at the rate of...

View Resource James Rahn's Math Homepage

Links to selected sites, projects, and graphing calculator explorations designed to foster understanding of the family of functions known as exponential functions, useful in such applications as population growth, compound interest, radioactive decay, and value depreciation, where the rate of change is either continuously decreasing or continuously increasing.

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