Calculus X is the most effective study tool for calculus at the AP or intro college level. It integrates free response questions, concise videos, quizzes, formula sheets, scratch pad and references to make the study process efficient, easy and mobile.
If youre a busy student, finding enough time to study for each calculus exam is a challenge. We have used the latest developments in educational psychology to build an app that maximizes productivity and helps you learn and do calculus as quickly as possible.
-Over 800 multiple choice questions with detailed solutions.
These conceptual based questions help you to learn calculus in a deep and intuitive way. They can all be answered without a calculator, pen or paper; making the study process as mobile as possible.
-Over 75 beautiful 720p videos which solve free response style questions in step-by-step detail.
These concise videos were designed specifically for the mobile device and solve the problems clearly and systematically in order to develop your problem solving intuition. They use narration and detailed visual guidance to increase understanding of the solution method. More video content coming soon.
-Extensive formula sheets accompany each chapter for quick access to all formulas from intro calculus, and all the necessary formulas from pre-calculus. Plus referenc e
-Fun and easy-to-use scratch pad allows you to do calculations on the fly, without the need for pencil and paper.
-Reference materials include: trigonometric identities, differentiation rules, limit laws, key theorem statements, derivatives of all common functions, and more.
WHO THE APP IS FOR:
- Students taking Calculus 1 or Calculus 2 in college
- Students taking AP calculus in high school
- Students studying for exams in different fields who need to review calculus
- Anybody interested in learning calculus
Factoring and Limits
Rationalizing and Limits
The Squeeze Theorem
Limit Definition of Continuity
Examples of Continuous Functions
The Composition Theorem
The Intermediate Value Theorem
Limit Definition of the Derivative
The Power Rule
The Quotient Rule
Differentiating Trigonometric Functions
The Chain Rule
Differentiating Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Higher Order Derivatives
Maxima and Minima
The Mean Value Theorem
---The Integral ---
Definition of the Integral
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Properties of the Integral
Integral Versus Area
The Integral Function
Trig function integration
Even and odd functions
Bounds and U-substitution
Multiple trig functions
Integration by parts
Partial fraction decomposition
Discontinuities and absolute values
---Applications of Integration---
Convergence limit definition
Limit comparison test
Alternating series test
Absolute and conditional convergence
Series with variables
Taylor series intuition
Partial Taylor series
Full Taylor series
Taylor series operations
Radius of convergence
Knowvio apps are developed for students by students at the University of Chicago