Calculus Volume I
The comprehensive contents from this book, combined with Odigia’s Teaching and Learning Tools have everything you need to engage, collaborate, track and assess your students.
This course includes:
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See how much time students are spending on different areas of the course, which areas are creating the most amount of engagement and identify topics the students are struggling with. Flag and provide feedback on assignments to proactively meet individual students' needs.
Game theory allows students to monitor their progress visually and motivates them to stay on track. Students can see exactly what activities they need to complete, which ones have been flagged and compare their progress against the overall class.
Calculus Volume I Course Outline
Concepts Covered: Concepts Covered: Concepts Covered: Concepts Covered: Concepts Covered: Concepts Covered:
What functions are necessary to study calculus?
Why are limits so important in calculus?
How are derivatives calculated and used in calculus?
What are the different applications of Derivatives?
What is integration?
How is integration applied?
Calculus is designed for the typical two- or three-semester general calculus course, incorporating innovative features to enhance student learning. The book guides students through the core concepts of calculus and helps them understand how those concepts apply to their lives and the world around them. Due to the comprehensive nature of the material, we are offering the book in three volumes for flexibility and efficiency. Volume 1 covers functions, limits, derivatives, and integration.
About the authors:
Senior Contributing Authors
Gilbert Strang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Edwin “Jed” Herman, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Alfred K. Mulzet, Florida State College at Jacksonville
Sheri J. Boyd, Rollins College
Joyati Debnath, Winona State University
Michelle Merriweather, Bronxville High School
Joseph Lakey, New Mexico State University
Elaine A. Terry, Saint Joseph’s University
David Smith, University of the Virgin Islands
Nicoleta Virginia Bila, Fayetteville State University
Valeree Falduto, Palm Beach State College
Kirsten R. Messer, Colorado State University-Pueblo
William Radulovich, Formerly at Florida State College at Jacksonville
Erica M. Rutter, Arizona State University
David Torain, Hampton University
Catherine Abbott, Keuka College
Julie Levandosky, Framingham State University
David McCune, William Jewell College