2.1: Functions, Limits, and Continuity Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12 Share Add to Library Turn In Read Resources Details This Calculus Common Errors FlexBook is one of seven Teacher's Edition FlexBooks that accompany the CK-12 Foundation's Calculus Student Edition. To receive information regarding upcoming FlexBooks or to receive Notes/Highlights Having trouble? Report an issue. Color Highlighted Text Notes Show More Image Attributions Show Hide Details Description No description available here... Authors: CK12 Editor Tags: antiderivative antidifferentiation area between two curves (70 more) area of a surface of revolution area problem CK.MAT.ENG.TE.1.Calculus-Common-Errors.2 composition of functions continuity definite integrals derivative derivatives of trigonometric functions Dirichelt's function domain exponential functions exponential growth and decay extrema first derivative test functions implicit differentiation improper integrals indefinite integrals indeterminate form infinite limits infinite series initial value problem integral integration by partial fractions integration by parts integration by substitution inverse functions l'Hopital's rule length of a plane curve limit limits at infinity linearization logarithmic functions MacLaurin series maxima Maxwell's equations Mean Value Theorem minima Newton's Method nth root test one-sided limit optimization ordinary differential equations periodic functions points of inflection power rule power series product rule quotient rule range rates of change ratio test related rates relations Riemann sums root test sequences Simpson's rule slope function tangent Taylor polynomials Taylor series techniques of differentiation the Chain Rule trigonometric functions trigonometric integrals trigonometric substitution two-sided limit vertical asymptotes volumes Subjects: mathematics Calculus Grades: 11 , 12 Date Created: Feb 23, 2012 Last Modified: Apr 29, 2014 Save or share your relevant files like activites, homework and worksheet.To add resources, you must be the owner of the section. Click Customize to make your own copy.