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Introduction to Calculus by Professor David Jerison

This Calculus course covers differentiation and integration of functions of one variable, and concludes with a brief discussion of infinite series.  Calculus is fundamental to many scientific disciplines including physics, engineering, and economics.

  1. Lecture 1 What is a Derivative - Notes for Lecture 1
  2. Lecture 2 Limits - Notes for Lecture 2
  3. Lecture 3 Derivatives - Notes for Lecture 3
  4. Lecture 4 Chain Rule - Notes for Lecture 4
  5. Lecture 5 Implicit Differentiation - Notes for Lecture 5
  6. Lecture 6 Exponential and Log - Notes for Lecture 6
  7. Lecture 7 Hyperbolic Functions - Notes for Lecture 7
  8. No Lecture 8
  9. Lecture 9 Linear and Quadratic Approximations - Notes
  10. Lecture 10 Curve Sketching - Notes
  11. Lecture 11 Max and Min - Notes
  12. Lecture 12 Related Rates - Notes
  13. Lecture 13 Newton's Method - Notes
  14. Lecture 14 Mean Value Theorem - Notes
  15. Lecture 15 Antiderivatives - Notes
  16. Lecture 16 Differential Equations - Notes
  17. No Lecture 17
  18. Lecture 18 Definite Integrals - Notes
  19. Lecture 19 First Fundamental Theorem - Notes
  20. Lecture 20 Second Fundamental Theorem - Notes
  21. Lecture 21 Applications to Logarithms - Notes
  22. Lecture 22 Volumes - Notes
  23. Lecture 23 Work, Probability - Notes
  24. Lecture 24 Numerical Integration - Notes
  25. Lecture 25 Exam #3 Review - Notes
  26. No Lecture 26
  27. Lecture 27 Trig Integrals - Notes
  28. Lecture 28 Inverse Substitution - Notes
  29. Lecture 29 Partial Fractions - Notes
  30. Lecture 30 Integration by Parts - Notes
  31. Lecture 31 Parametric Equations - Notes
  32. Lecture 32 Polar Coordinates - Notes
  33. Lecture 33 Exam #4 Review - Notes
  34. No Lecture 34
  35. Lecture 35 Indeterminant Forms - Notes
  36. Lecture 36 Improper Integrals - Notes
  37. Lecture 37 Infinite Series - Notes
  38. Lecture 38 Taylor's Series - Notes
  39. Lecture 39 Final Review - Notes

Differential Equations by Professor Arthur Mattuck at MIT

  1. Lecture 1 
  2. Lecture 2 Euler's Numerical Method
  3. Lecture 3 Solving First-Order Linear ODE's
  4. Lecture 4 First-Order Substitution Methods
  5. Lecture 5 First-Order Autonomous ODE's
  6. Lecture 6 Complex Numbers and Complex Exponentials
  7. Lecture 7 First-order Linear with Constant Coefficients
  8. Lecture 8 Applications to Temperature, Mixing, RC-Circuits, Decay and Growth Models
  9. Lecture 9 Solving Second-Order Linear ODE's with Constant Coefficients
  10. Lecture 10 Complex Characteristic Roots
  11. Lecture 11 Theory of General Second-Order Linear Homogeneous ODE's
  12. Lecture 12 General Theory for Inhomogeneous ODE's
  13. Lecture 13 Finding Particular Solutions to Inhomogeneous ODE's
  14. Lecture 14 Interpretation of the Exceptional Case: Resonance

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