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CK-12 Texas Instruments Calculus Student Edition

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
Table of Contents

  • 1.

    SE Introduction - TI

    A brief overview of the following chapters.

  • 2.

    SE Functions, Limits, and Continuity

    This chapter informs students about basic graphing techniques, allowing them to better understand the beginning principles of Calculus, including compound interest, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and limits.

  • 3.

    SE Differentiation - TI

    This chapter students investigate the sinusoidal function, map a pendulum’s acceleration and velocity using a cosine function, and explore the Chain Rule.

  • 4.

    SE Applications of Derivatives - TI

    This chapter explores relative maximums and minimums, the second derivative test, and optimization.

  • 5.

    SE Integration - TI

    This chapter covers Riemann sums and definitive integration in order to find or approximate the area under a curve. Students are also led to discover the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

  • 6.

    SE Applications of Integration - TI

    This chapter introduces students to the Solve and Integral commands in order to find areas as well as finding cross plane volumes and arc lengths.

  • 7.

    SE Transcendental Functions - TI

    This chapter allows students to find the inverse of a function through various methods. Also covered are logarithmic derivatives.

  • 8.

    SE Integration Techniques - TI

    This chapter covers the methods of integration by substitution and by parts. Finally, students will use the deSolve command to solve differential equations.

  • 9.

    SE Infinite Series - TI

    This chapter completes the course by exploring series and infinite series, with emphasis on the Taylor polynomial. Also covered is a brief review of the course material in preparation for the AP Calculus exam.

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Difficulty Level:
At Grade
Date Created:
Feb 23, 2012
Last Modified:
Dec 18, 2014
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