Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

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integralCALC

Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

Course Description

Need some tips for Calculus 1A? Or maybe you’re madly reviewing for tomorrow's math test? Either way, never fear - Krista, an experienced math tutor, will help you understand the world of calculus, step-by-step. Start by learning the difference between a function and an equation - and how to analyze a function's graph for continuity and limits. Then, step into the world of tangent lines, differentiation, and more. Each lesson includes examples and sample problems to help you along the way.

Lessons in this Course

1.

Functions vs. Equations

5:22

2.

How to Use the Vertical Line Test

2:58

3.

Limits and Continuity

6:26

4.

Prove the Limit Doesn't Exist | Example

5:37

5.

Precise Definition of a Limit | Example

9:19

6.

Derivatives

6:53

7.

Definition of the Derivative | Example

3:43

8.

Equation of the Tangent Line | Example

16:49

9.

Implicit Differentiation | Example

9:35

10.

Optimization

8:55

11.

Related Rates

8:16

What is included in the course?

All of the video-based lessons listed on the Course Description tab, including interactive exercises and attached
files you can use along with the lesson. You also can ask the teacher (and other students) questions, and submit a
video or photo of your work to get direct feedback from the teacher.

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For life. Really.

What if I don’t learn, or don’t like it?

We are confident you will love this course--like literally thousands of others before you--but if you don’t for any
reason we will be happy to refund your money and disable your access to it.

Robert B comment: Can't wait to get into the meat of calculus

vanessa v comment: whats the easiest way to learn calculus when you're 10 years old?

Krista K comment: make sure first that you're really good with algebra. from there, google "calculus and limits".... and let me know if you have trouble! :)

Allan P comment: Thanks for the refresher. I think this course will be very useful. One Love!

joni d comment: It's been 40 years since I took calculus. This is on my bucket list!

bailey m comment: when I was in the sixth grade i didn't turn my homework in so they stuck me ion regular math for another year so in the eighth grade i took pre-algebra now I'm getting ready to go into the ninth grade and i really want to get a good grade in algebra. How would I go about doing that? do you have any suggestions?

Shane B comment: Found it a bit complicated. haven't done calculas since high school in the 70s'.

Charles S comment: What does the little tent mean?

Kevin C comment: Refreshing my brain before university, it's been over a year since I've taken Calculus! This is perfect, thank you!

integralCALC comment: I'm so glad! You're welcome!! :)

jacinta k comment: If i invest K50 a year for 40 years toward my POSF savings, and earn 8% a year on my investments, how much will i have when i retire?

Airis G comment: I thought the functions vs. Equations was very helpful I understood everything, I think I just might be prepared for Calculus come May

Jamshid A comment: This lessen was very interesting.

Christopher T comment:
"jacinta k commented:
If i invest K50 a year for 40 years toward my POSF savings, and earn 8% a year on my investments, how much will i have when i retire?"
Answer: 1,086,226.075

scott w comment: it certainly helped refresh my memory about calculus. Thanks

Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

17 Lessons

118

206

16K

1.4K

Table of Contents

1.

Lesson Intro

0:23

2.

Functions vs. Equations

0:23

3.

What are Functions?

1:06

4.

Domain and Range

1:32

5.

What Functions are Not

1:02

6.

Combinations and Compositions

0:54

Lesson Description

Lost in the world of calculus? Start at the beginning with integralCALC’s online tutorials. The first in a series, this lesson introduces the idea of functions - number ‘machines’ that describe a relationship between two or more variables (like ‘x’ and ‘y'). Learn how functions differ from equations, what it means to find a function’s domain and range, and how to use the vertical line test to check a function’s validity.

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integralCALC

Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

## integralCALC

Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

## Course Description

Need some tips for Calculus 1A? Or maybe you’re madly reviewing for tomorrow's math test? Either way, never fear - Krista, an experienced math tutor, will help you understand the world of calculus, step-by-step. Start by learning the difference between a function and an equation - and how to analyze a function's graph for continuity and limits. Then, step into the world of tangent lines, differentiation, and more. Each lesson includes examples and sample problems to help you along the way.

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Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.

Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.

## Table of Contents

## Lesson Description

Lost in the world of calculus? Start at the beginning with integralCALC’s online tutorials. The first in a series, this lesson introduces the idea of functions - number ‘machines’ that describe a relationship between two or more variables (like ‘x’ and ‘y'). Learn how functions differ from equations, what it means to find a function’s domain and range, and how to use the vertical line test to check a function’s validity.