The focus and themes of the Introduction to Calculus course address the most important foundations for applications of mathematics in science, engineering and commerce. The course emphasises the key ideas and historical motivation for calculus, while at the same time striking a balance between theory and application, leading to a mastery of key threshold concepts in foundational mathematics.
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This professor explained all topics covered in a year long calculus class in the span of five weeks. I highly recommend taking this course either to learn calculus or for a review.
its a very interesting course and i really want to learn this so thanks coursera community and specially the speaker for providing such a wonderful and handy knowledge and notes.
its awesome course...\n\nMentor is skilled and explains everything clearly.\n\nBut if anybody has little bit pre-calculus knowledge it will be more helpful.
Great Course. The material is super useful from a data science perspective. The explanation is thorough and made a lot of sense to me. I recommend it
Thanks.\n\nFor me, I learnt Calculus ten years ago. This is a very good refreshment course. Best wish it will have advanced calculus in future.
The course is amazing! Lectures are inspiring and exercises are designed greatly. It was a pity that I hadn't known this course earlier.
Builds the idea of calculus from the ground up. Explaining everything steps by step and giving great examples. Overall great course.
While the material is at an introductory level, it is comprehensive. The exercises are well-structured and the lectures clear.
Thank you David Easdown. The course was very well structured and delivered. Math with the historical backdrop was exciting!!
I Loved how you could have the option to look over the notes instead of the videos to complete the course at a faster rate.
Thank you sir for the wonderful lectures\n\nOne feedback is that question could be slightly more difficult
This is the best course for those who are new to calculus and haven`t studied mathematics since long time.
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