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- An Introduction to Limits and Limit Notation
- One-Side Limits and One-Sided Limit Notation
- Function Behavior Where Limits Do Not Exist
- Finding Limits by Direct Substitution
- Properties of Limits
- Finding Limits of Trigonometric Functions by Direct Substitution
- What is Indeterminate Form
- Two Functions that Agree at All But One Point
- Dividing Out and Rationalizing to Find Limits
- The Squeeze Theorem
- Two Special Trigonometric Limits
- Continuous vs. Discontinuous (Removable vs. Non-Removable Discontinuity)
- Properties of Continuity and Correlation Between Functions Domain and Continuity
- Intermediate Value Theorem
- Infinite Limits and Vertical Asymptotes
- Properties of Infinite Limits
- Limits as x Approaches Infinity
- Limits and x Approaches Infinity, Part 2
- Formal Definition of a Limits

- Secant Lines and Tangent Lines to a Curve
- The Derivative of a Function
- Finding the Derivative of a Function
- Finding the Slope of a Curve at a Point
- Differentiability and Continuity
- Basic Differentiation Rules (Constant and Power Rule)
- Basic Differentiation Rules (Constant Multiple Rule)
- The Sum and Difference Differentiation Rule
- Derivatives of Sine and Cosine Functions
- Finding the Equation of the Tangent Line of a Function at a Given Point
- Finding the Horizontal Tangent Lines of a Function
- Rates of Change (Average Velocity vs. Instantaneous Velocity)
- The Product Rule
- The Quotient Rule
- Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions
- Higher Order Derivatives
- The Chain Rule
- Using the Chain Rule with Other Differentiation Rules
- Using the Chain Rule with Trigonometric Functions
- Introduction to Implicit Differentiation
- Finding the Derivative Using Implicit Differentiation
- Introduction to Related Rates
- Related Rates Classic Problems

- Definition of Extrema
- The Extreme Value Theorem
- Definition of Relative Extrema
- Using Critical Numbers to Find Extrema Values
- Rolle's Theorem
- The Mean Value Theorem
- Increasing, Decreasing, and Constant Intervals
- The First Derivative Test
- Applying the First Derivative Test
- Concavity
- Points of Inflection
- The Second Derivative Test
- Applied Minimum and Maximum Problems
- Approximating the Zeros of a Function Using Newton's Method
- Linear (Tangent Line) Approximations
- Differentials
- Propagated Error and Relative Error

- Definition of Antiderivatives and Representations of Antiderivatives
- Integration Rules
- Applying Integration Rules
- Finding Particular Solutions
- Solving Vertical Motion Problems
- Approximating the Area Under a Curve with Rectangles
- Approximating the Area Under a Curve with Trapezoids
- Increasing the Number of Rectangles to Estimate the Area Under a Curve
- Summation Notation Review
- Riemann Sums
- Definition of the Area of a Region
- Definition of Definite Integrals
- Properties of Definite Integrals
- Finding Area Under a Function Using Geometric Shapes
- Deriving the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- Applying the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- The Average Value of a Function on an Interval
- The Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
- Finding Antiderivatives Using U-Substitution
- Using a Change in Variables, Part 1
- Using Change in Variables, Part 2
- Change in Variables for Definite Integrals
- Integration of Even and Odd Functions
- Simpson's Rule

- Definition of Natural Log and Properties of the Natural Log
- Derivatives of the Natural Logs
- Using Natural Logs to Differentiate
- Derivatives with Absolute Value of Natural Logs
- Log Rules for Integration
- Integrals of Trigonometric Functions
- Inverse Functions
- Existence of an Inverse Function
- Finding the Inverse of a Function
- The Natural Exponential Function
- The Derivative of the Natural Exponential Function
- Integration Rules for Exponential Functions
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions with Base a
- Derivatives of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions with Base a
- Proving the Power Rule for Real Exponents
- Applications of Exponential Functions
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions
- Integrals Involving Inverse Trig Functions
- Definition of Hyperbolic Functions
- Derivatives of Hyperbolic Trig Functions
- Integrals of Hyperbolic Trig Functions