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Calculus is one of the grandest achievements of human thought, explaining everything from planetary orbits to the optimal size of a city to the periodicity of a heartbeat. This brisk course covers the core ideas of single-variable Calculus with emphases on conceptual understanding and applications. The course is ideal for students beginning in the engineering, physical, and social sciences. Distinguishing features of the course include: 1) the introduction and use of Taylor series and approximations from the beginning; 2) a novel synthesis of discrete and continuous forms of Calculus; 3) an emphasis on the conceptual over the computational; and 4) a clear, dynamic, unified approach.
In this second part--part two of five--we cover derivatives, differentiation rules, linearization, higher derivatives, optimization, differentials, and differentiation operators....

Feb 18, 2018

So much fun, and hits all sorts of things I'd always wanted to know. The homework took me a long time, so I didn't get to watch all the bonus lectures, but the ones I did were really interesting.

Feb 17, 2017

Not a class for someone with no calculus experience. However, if you have some calculus knowledge it will deepen your knowledge more than any other MOOC I have found. Truly a great course.

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创建者 Sachin M V

•Nov 16, 2016

Yes I learnt different approach of derivative ...Taylors series..

创建者 Patricia B

•Jul 11, 2017

Best calculus course ever.

创建者 Rakesh D

•Dec 11, 2016

Good Course

创建者 Lau C C C

•Apr 21, 2018

thank you very much

创建者 Taha Y B

•May 15, 2018

Excellent course

创建者 CMC

•Jun 29, 2018

This course has an appropriate amount of rigor for an intermediate math course. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I have learned.

创建者 Nikita S

•May 01, 2018

Amazing. Even if you took Calculus before, find several hours for this course, it explains a lot of interesting nuisances of differentiation with lots of unexpecting applications and thrilling problems.

创建者 Toh C H

•Jul 06, 2018

Lessons were easily understood and organised

创建者 黎健钊

•May 04, 2017

THANKS

创建者 Xiaolin H

•Feb 21, 2018

Excellent! I really love this course. The Professor is awesome! He succeeds teaching the hard course in a easily understandable way. Great!

创建者 Rohit B

•Feb 08, 2017

Best course on calculus ever

创建者 Keng-Hui W

•Jul 10, 2016

I still learned a lot even I passed this course with A+ before.

创建者 Alejandro C

•Oct 25, 2016

This is, by far, the best course I have ever taken. I will take the Multivariable Calculus course when it is open, after finishing the 5 S.V.C. courses.

创建者 Utkarsh R

•Jan 17, 2016

This module is great. The thing I like most is how professor implements the theory into Physics and other realistic models. Ive also begun liking statistics a little bit. Now, part 3.

创建者 thanhthanh2502

•Sep 07, 2018

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创建者 Michael C

•May 03, 2019

Great course

创建者 Pedro R

•Apr 20, 2019

excellent course

创建者 Ariel P C R

•May 22, 2019

weno, bonito y barato

创建者 Ayman I F S

•Jul 26, 2019

Smart way of teaching, giving you the chance to learn new things with a very interactive way, enlarging your brain and synapses fire in it.

The core home work is the best practice to what you have learnt in the lectures and do not be discouraged solving the challenging H.W., keep going and "think outside the box.", you will learn a lot.

Thanks Prof. Ghrist, you are awesome.

创建者 ELJAYI A

•Aug 01, 2019

excellent

创建者 Charlene R

•Aug 01, 2019

Thanks for offering this course!

创建者 Derek S

•Aug 04, 2019

When I encounter differentials in the future, I will think of the techniques and graphics that I learnt in this lessons as either a mental tool or a reference. The part 2 is as good as the first part 1 and I expect to this level of quality in more advanced chapters.

创建者 OMAR A D L S R

•Aug 07, 2019

interesting

创建者 孙宇杰

•Jun 08, 2019

very useful!

创建者 Kevin O

•Aug 22, 2019

This is an extremely useful and informative course into which Dr. Ghrist has poured an enormous amount of energy, work, knowledge, and forethought. He is an exceptionally talented polyglot of both Mathematics and English, but I could have used additional explanations as to how to tackle the problems. I would have preferred it if solutions would have been provided for the quizzes and challenge problems. I believe that one learns calculus best this way, but Dr. Ghrist has become another excellent mentor that I have been fortunate enough to have in my quest to understand calculus.