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Calculus Cheat Sheet
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EN: Calculus variant 2 (2WBB0) is a basis course of the Bachelor College at the Technical University Eindhoven. This means that all Bachelor TUe students should have completed one of the variants of this course. It is given in the first quartile of the first year. Calculus variant 2 is the average difficulty (variant 1 is easier, variant 3 is harder) and thus repeats the high school calculus and slightly delves into new way of solving Calculus problems. ---- NL: Calculus variant 2 (2WBB0) is ee...

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First Year Differential Calculus Summary - Derivatives
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Provided within this file is a full summary of a first year differential calculus course. I have written these notes during my first year of university as this course is required for my Electrical Engineering Degree. The notes are color coded and have many examples within that will aid you in the major topics of this course.

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Examples for calculus pertaining to finding horizontal, slant and vertical asymptotes and curve sketching in general. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.

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Worked out examples for calculus. These involve questions about definite integrals, mostly solving using the evaluation theorem (with some linkage to Riemann Sums). They also include questions regarding the fundamental theorem of calculus. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.

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MAT 265 - Calculus for Engineers I (Course Summary)
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- School: Arizona State University (ASU) - Course: MAT 265 - Calculus for Engineers I - Professor Name: Richard Reynolds - File Type: Organized Summary of the Whole Course (The most important things!) - Topics: Limits, Derivatives, Inverse Functions, Applications of Differentiation, Integrals I have achieved an A Grade in this course depending on these notes!

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02 Limits Examples
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Contains a number of examples of limits in calculus. The "02 Limits Notes for Examples" links well with these and are free. The "01 Limits Theory" notes are supplementary theory that is very good to know before approaching these examples. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.

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01 Limits Theory
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Contains a summary of the theory behind limits in calculus. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.

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Examples for calculus pertaining to inverse functions, derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions, logarithmic differentiation and integrals of logarithmic and exponential functions. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.

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MAT 265 - Calculus for Engineers I (Practice Exams with Solutions)
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- School: Arizona State University (ASU) - Course: MAT 265 - Calculus for Engineers I - Professor Name: Richard Reynolds - File Type: Very Helpful Practice Exams for the Whole Course with Solutions! - Topics: Limits, Derivatives, Inverse Functions, Applications of Differentiation, Integrals

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12 Fundamental Calculus Integrals
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Compares Indefinite and Indefinite Integrals. Contains summary regarding the fundamental theorem of calculus and the evaluation theorem. Evaluation theorem is a simpler method for calculating definite integrals than riemann sums and links the antiderivative (indefinite integral) to the definite integral. Compiled based on a first year Engineering Maths course at Stellenbosch University.