The WHS CALCULUS PAGE (Pre Calculus Too)
Woodlake Union High School
Resources for WHS AP Calculus Students
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- Math TV.com:
This site has a large collection of short topic by topic videos, many with spanish versions - basic math through Calculus.
- Past students have recommended patrickJMT at youtube.com:
This fellow, Patrick, has 400 or so very good math videos for Pre-Calc, Calculus, and advanced topics in Calculus. Go to Youtube, and type in the key words patrickJMT Calculus.
- Midnight Tutor:
This site has a large collection of videos that both explain concepts and work through problems.
- Calculus videos:
The Khan academy has many free videos with calculus explanations.
Animated demonstrations of calculus:
Tutorials and explanations of calculus topics:
- Online math courses from MIT. The OpenCourseWare project at MIT makes many valuable
Calculus and many other math courses available on the web for free.
Calculating the Volume of a Vase: A very nicely presented project in which the
volume of a real vase is computed. From the Duke University Mathematics Department.
Mudd Math Fun Facts:
Nice explanations of many calculus (and other mathematical) concepts. Also has
geometry, algebra, probability etc. sections. Organized by level
Common errors in undergraduate mathematics, compiled by Eric Schechter at
Graphics for the calculus classroom: A collection of graphics and animations, many for specific problems in calculus, from Douglas Arnold at UMN
that illustrate calculus concepts.
- Dave's math Tables:
Tables of integrals, derivatives, and series expansions.
Learning Calculus: Some calculus motivational propaganda.
Dr. Vogel's Gallery of Calculus Pathologies
A collection of strange functions that illustrate points about continuity
World Web Math
Linked collection of calculus explanations from MIT.
Entry on calculus in the online encyclopedia.
Many links to specialized topics.
Calculus Tutorials and Problems
Free interactive tutorials on calculus topics, including Mean Value Theorem,
Runge Kutta, Fourier Series.
Many links to specialized topics.
Resources from UC Davis
Sites with Calculus Exams.
Sites with Calculus problems.
- Aid for Calculus: About 300 sample problems from John A. Taylor, with solutions. Nicely indexed.
- exampleproblems.com: This wiki site has lots of user generated
sample problems with solutions in calculus and other areas.
- S.O.S. Math - Calculus: Good list of problems with solutions.
Through Fourier Series.
- The Math Shop:
Some solved problems, java applets for calculus, and review material.
- Calculus Made Easy A classic calculus supplement by Sylvanius P. Thompson. Published in 1914,
it was very popular. The treatment is intuitive. Available via a digital library.
- Online math textbooks from a list maintained by George Cain,
at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Calculus textbook by Gilbert Strang. Full textbook available in pdf format.
Other lists of calculus site links:
Mozilla directory: Mozilla's directory of calculus sites.
coolmath.com: A general math site with lots of nicely done mathematical
content, including some calculus concepts and calculus links.
Calculus Resources Online:
Lots of good links from the The University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Calculators for derivatives and integrals:
- WolframAlpha.com: As well as integrals and derivatives, it does limits, series expansions, vector analysis, integral transforms etc. A powerful tool.
- integral.com: An online integrator. Be careful or you will be replaced by a $12 calculator. Based on Mathematica.
Related Topics: Precalculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra etc.:
- Precalculus Notes :
Extensive collection of nice explanations of
precalculus topics by Ken Kuniyuki of San Diego Mesa College.
Calculus and Society, History etc:
Fun Math Links:
- Birthdays: Mathematicians who have birthdays today.
The history of pi.
Songs & performances on mathematics. The site claims to have "the very best shows and music about Mathematics!" and to "Put the Edge back into Education". There are many sound tracks available and many have to do with calculus.
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