Essays on calculus

Shifting from being front and center to an observant spectator, I began to see beyond myself, picking up the art of people-watching. As if placing an invisibility cloak on, I would quietly sink into the blue armchair, discreetly watching peoples’ behavior and interactions with one another. I found myself creating whimsical backstories of circumstance for each passerby, intertwining chance encounters and meaningful exchanges. People-watching not only helped me to become more aware of those around me, was also as an opportunity to explore undiscovered parts of myself.

It's rare that we get to cover math here. So here it goes: Adrian Banner, a lecturer at Princeton, has put together a lecture series (in video) that will help you master calculus, a subject that has traditionally frustrated many students. The 24 lectures (find them on this  Web site ) were originally presented as review sessions for Princeton introductory calculus courses offered in 2006, and each session runs about two hours. It's worth noting that Banner has used the lectures to develop a handy book,  The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus . To find this course (and many others like it), look in the Math section of our collection of 1500  Free Online Courses . Here you will also find  Calculus Revisited: Single Variable Calculus, a vintage introductory course filmed by MIT in 1970. Consider it a classic...

Essays on calculus

essays on calculus


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