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mathematiX TM - Visual-dynamic Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus

 

 

 

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Derivatives Integrals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF CALCULUS LESSONS

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Derivatives

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The Linear Approximation of a Function

 

A Tangent as a Limit of a Chord Between Two Points on a Graph

 

Investigation of an Argument Increment D x

 

Representing a Function Graph by Unit-Length Tangents

 

Investigating the Derivative of Power Function using the (x,Slope) Points

 

The Geometric Properties of the Tangent of Parabola y = x2

 

The Geometric Properties of the Tangent of Parabola y = ax2

The Geometric Properties of the Tangent of any Parabola

 

The Graph of the Derivative of a Function

 

The First and the Second Derivatives of a Function

Integrals

 

The Geometrical Meaning of the Integral of f(x) = x

 

The Geometrical Meaning of the Integral of f(x) = x2

 

The Geometrical Meaning of the Integral of Square Root of x

 

The Geometrical Meaning of the Integral between Two Points on a Graph

 

The Graph of an Antiderivative and the Constant of Integration

 

The Numerical Integration and the Definite Integral Function

The Concept of Signed Area

 

The Area Between Two Graphs - Part I

 

The Area Between Two Graphs - Part II

 

The Function of the Integral and its Derivative

 

The Normal Distribution

 

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