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High school courses in calculus can readily use this Outline. Many of the problems are adopted from questions that have appeared in the Advanced Placement Examination in Calculus, so that students will automatically receive preparation for that test.
The Second Edition has been improved by the following changes: 1. A large number of problems have been added to take advantage of the availability of graphing calculators.
Such problems are preceded by the notation. Solution of these problems is not necessary for comprehension of the text, so that students not having a graphing calculator will not suffer seriously from that lack except insofar as the use of a graphing calculator enhances their understanding of the subject. Treatment of several topics have been expanded: a Newton's Method is now the subject of a separate section.
The availability of calculators makes it much easier to work out concrete problems by this method. The exposition has been streamlined in many places and a substantial number of new problems have been added.
The author wishes to thank again the editor of the First Edition, David Beckwith, as well as the editor of the Second Edition, Arthur Biderman, and the editing supervisor, Maureen Walker. Choose a point 0 on the line and call this point the origin. Now select a direction along 9; say, the direction from left to right on the diagram.
For every point P to the right of the origin 0, let the coordinate of P be the distance between 0 and P. Of course, to specify such a distance, it is first necessary to establish a unit distance by arbitrarily picking two points and assigning the number 1 to the distance between these two points. In the diagram the distance is assumed to be 1, so that the coordinate of A is 1.
The point B is two units away from 0; therefore, B has coordinate 2. Every positive real number r is the coordinate of a unique point on 9 to the right of the origin 0; namely, of that point to the right of 0 whose distance from 0 is r.
To every point Q on 9to the left of the origin 0, - we assign a negative real number as its coordinate; the number -Q0,the negative of the distance between Q and 0. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus The Natural Logarithm Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Exponential Growth and Decay Applications of Integration I: Area and Arc Length Applications of Integration II: Volume Techniques of Integration I: Integration by Parts Techniques of Integration II: Trigonometric Integrands and Trigonometric Substitutions Techniques of Integration III: Integration by Partial Fractions Techniques of Integration IV: Miscellaneous Substitutions Improper Integrals Applications of Integration III: Area of a Surface of Revolution Parametric Representation of Curves Curvature Plane Vectors Curvilinear Motion Polar Coordinates Infinite Sequences Infinite Series Series with Positive Terms.
The Integral Test. Comparison Tests Alternating Series. Absolute and Conditional Convergence. The Ratio Test Power Series Taylor and Maclaurin Series.
Partial Derivatives Total Differential. Chain Rules Space Vectors Surfaces and Curves in Space Directional Derivatives. Vector Differentiation and Integration Double and Iterated Integrals Centroids and Moments of Inertia of Plane Areas Triple Integrals