Nicolas S's Enrolled Lessons

6 minCalculus lesson4 CQ
Learn how to answer one of the most important questions in calculus by calculating the rate of change of a function at a point (aka taking the derivative)!
with Krista King MathLearn how to answer one of the most important questions in calculus by calculating the rate of change of a function at a point (aka taking the derivative)!

6 minCalculus lesson4 CQ
Not sure if your function is continuous? Learn to identify and solve for removable discontinuities by walking through an example problem with integralCALC.
with Krista King MathNot sure if your function is continuous? Learn to identify and solve for removable discontinuities by walking through an example problem with integralCALC.

9 minCalculus lesson5 CQ
Know your limits! Learn about the precise definition (or epsilon delta definition) of a limit, and how it can be used to prove that a limit is true.
with Krista King MathKnow your limits! Learn about the precise definition (or epsilon delta definition) of a limit, and how it can be used to prove that a limit is true.

5 minCalculus lesson3 CQ
Take your calculus skills to the limit! Learn how to find the lefthand and righthand limits, and then use those to prove that the general limit does not exist.
with Krista King MathTake your calculus skills to the limit! Learn how to find the lefthand and righthand limits, and then use those to prove that the general limit does not exist.

6 minCalculus lesson4 CQ
Take the confusion out of limits with integralCALC! Learn how to solve for limits and infinite limits, and what to do in the event of a point discontinuity.
with Krista King MathTake the confusion out of limits with integralCALC! Learn how to solve for limits and infinite limits, and what to do in the event of a point discontinuity.

2 minCalculus lesson2 CQ
You've got a graph, but how do you know whether or not it represents a function? Use the vertical line test! Learn the test, then practice on several examples.
with Krista King MathYou've got a graph, but how do you know whether or not it represents a function? Use the vertical line test! Learn the test, then practice on several examples.