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18 Videos (2h 51m)
    • Calculus Fundamentals : Overview

      3:22
    • Introduction to Limits

      0:51
    • Concept of Limits

      4:11
    • Existence of Limits

      8:17
    • Examples

      8:53
    • Algebra of Limits

      7:36
    • The L'Hospital Rule

      15:38
    • The Sandwich Theorem

      6:01
    • Limits of trigonometric functions

      8:03
    • Limits at Infinity

      15:36
    • Miscellaneous Examples-Limits

      19:10
    • Introduction to Derivatives

      0:42
    • Concept of Derivatives

      9:07
    • First principle of Derivative

      9:07
    • Algebra of Derivatives

      10:01
    • Derivative of common functions

      11:32
    • The Chain rule

      14:09
    • Miscellaneous examples-Derivatives

      19:09

About This Class

Master the building blocks of Calculus :  Limits & Derivatives

Section 1 - LIMITS

  • Concept of LimitsFor making you familiar with the notion of the Limit.
  • Existence of Limits: Introduction to the Left Hand Limit and the Right Hand Limit.
  • Algebra of Limits: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division in Limits.
  • L’Hospital Rule: A handy tool to circumvent the common indeterminate forms when computing limits.
  • The Sandwich Theorem: To evaluate limits of functions that can't be computed at a given point.
  • Limits of Trigonometric Functions: To cover the important limit identities of trigonometric functions.
  • Limits at Infinity: To evaluate limits at points tending to positive and negative infinity.

Section 2 - DERIVATIVES

  • Concept of Derivatives: Meaning of the term "Derivative" in Mathematics.
  • First Principle of Derivatives: The conventional way of computing derivatives.
  • Algebra of Derivatives: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division in Derivatives.
  • Derivatives of common functions: To set you free to calculate derivative of combination of any functions.
  • The Chain Rule: To calculate the derivatives of composite functions no matter how complex they are.

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