### We found 449 reviewed resources for differential calculus

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#### Calculus: Derivative of x^(x^x)

Sal starts with an example of finding dy/dx of y = x2 and builds to showing the solution to the more complicated implicit differentiation problem of finding the derivative of y in terms of x of y = x ^ x ^ x .

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 3

This video covers the differential notation dy/dx and generalizes the rule for finding the derivative of any polynomial. It also extends the notion of the derivatives covered in the Khan Academy videos, "Calculus Derivatives 2Ó and...

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#### Calculus: Derivative of x^(x^x)

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#### Use of CAS in Teaching Differential Calculus

Young scholars explore the concept of differential calculus. In this differential calculus lesson, students use the derivative definition as h approaches zero to find the derivative of quadratic and 4th degree functions. Young scholars...

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 2.5 (new HD version)

By defining the formal definition of a derivative, fï¿½(x), Sal is able to find the general form of the derivate function for the example f(x) = x2. He continues to stress the importance of an intuitive understanding of derivative...

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 1 (new HD version)

Sal defines the term derivative by taking the listener on a well-organized tour of slope. First, he reviews the concept of slope of a line from algebra, then extends this idea to look at the slope of the curve by first examining a secant...

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 2 (new HD version)

Sal continues where he left off with the last video, ï¿½Derivatives 1,ï¿½ by looking at the equation y = x2 and examining the slope of the secant line at a specific point. He continues with defining the limit as _x approaches zero to get...

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 1

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 2.5 (new HD version)

By defining the formal definition of a derivative, f�(x), Sal is able to find the general form of the derivate function for the example f(x) = x2. He continues to stress the importance of an intuitive understanding of derivative functions.

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 2

Sal continues where he left off with the last video, "Derivatives 1,Ó by looking at the equation y = x^2 and examining the slope of the secant line at a specific point, and again defining the limit as x approaches zero to get the slope...

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 1 (new HD version)

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#### Calculus: Derivatives 2 (new HD version)

Sal continues where he left off with the last video, "Derivatives 1,Ó by looking at the equation y = x2 and examining the slope of the secant line at a specific point. He continues with defining the limit as x approaches zero to get the...

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#### Introduction to Calculus

This heady calculus text covers the subjects of differential and integral calculus with rigorous detail, culminating in a chapter of physics and engineering applications. A particular emphasis on classic proof meshes with modern graphs,...

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#### Extreme Derivative Word Problem (advanced)

Sal shows the complex solution to a challenging derivative problem about ï¿½normalinesï¿½. This is probably beyond the scope of most first year calculus students but might be an interesting problem to show how complex these problems can...

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#### Graphing with Calculus

In a problem where you are not given the original function, but rather only three known points on the graph and a few additional pieces of information about when the first and second derivatives are positive or negative, Sal shows how...

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#### Optimization with Calculus 3

Using what one learned about finding the minimum and maximum of functions, the optimization problem to find two numbers whose product is -16 and whose sum of squares is a minimum is solved. Sal starts by writing the equations and...

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#### Implicit Differentiation Completely Explained!

Explicitly explain how to use implicit differentiation. Using a trigonometric function defined using y and x, the resource works through an example of implicit differentiation to explain the process. The 19th video in a 31-part series...

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#### Mean Value Theorem

Sal spends most this video explaining what the Mean Value Theorem says in a very intuitive way. He follows this with a concrete example of finding the value of a function on a closed interval where the slope is the same as the average...

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#### Differential Equations Representing Growth and Decay: Rice Legend

The legend of a wise man who asks a king for rice as a reward presents a context to study exponential solutions to differential equations. Pupils move quantities of rice to a chessboard and calculate the amount of rice for each day. To...

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#### Study Guide for the Advanced Placement Calculus AB Examination

Is this going to be on the test? A calculus study guide provides an organized list of important topics and a few examples with answers. The topics include elementary functions, limits, differential calculus, and integral calculus,...

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#### Differentiation

Learners explore estimated and exact results for derivatives, tangent lines, implicit differentiation, and symbolic differentiation. The lesson provides examples with solutions and practice problems.

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#### How to Use Logarithmic Differentiation to Find the Derivative

Use the natural logarithm to simplify differentiation. The 22nd resource in a series of 31 provides an example of a problem that would be best differentiated by using logarithms. The presenter takes the natural logarithm of both sides....

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#### Math Handbook: Calculus

If only there was a reference that listed all the formulas covered in calculus. Luckily, there is. This comprehensive 197-page handbook provides formulas and explanations for all topics in AP Calculus or in a standard college calculus...

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#### Newton Leibniz and Usain Bolt

What do Usain Bolt and calculus have in common? Using Usain Bolt as an example of distance traveled over a period of time, Sal shows why you need differential calculus to answer the question of how fast something is traveling at a...