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Calculus Tutorials

Calculus Tutorials

In this page you will find all the Calculus Tutorials in our site. Do you have any suggestion of topics you would like to see covered? No problem, just send us an e-mail telling us what Calculus topics you would like to see covered Related ...
What is the Limit of a Sequence?

What is the Limit of a Sequence?

A sequence \(a_n\) corresponds to infinite array or list of number of the form \ where \(a_1, a_2, a_3, ...\) are real numbers. For example, the sequence \ is represented by the list \ because those are the values the expression \(a_n = ...
How to Compute Z-Scores

How to Compute Z-Scores

Assume that \(X\) has a normal distribution, with mean \(\mu\) and standard deviation \(\sigma\). This is typically written as \ Then, the Z-score associated to \(X\) is defined as \ Example: Consider the random variable \(X\), which as a normal ...
More About Derivatives (Part 2)

More About Derivatives (Part 2)

Notation: The derivative \(f'(x)\) of a function \(f(x)\) is also denoted as \ This notation comes from the fact that when you compute the derivative, you compute \ The term \(f(x)-f(x_0)\) is usually referred as \(\Delta f\), and the term \(x-x_0\) ...
More About Derivatives

More About Derivatives

On the second part of this tutorial, we'll work on some other slightly more complicated examples. Example: Given the function \(f(x) = x^3 + 2x+1\), compute the derivative \(f'(x)\) for every every point where it is defined. Solution: Notice that in ...



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