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There are four different cheat sheets here. One contains all the information, one has just Limits information, one has just Derivatives information and the final one has just Integrals information.
Each cheat sheets comes in two versions. Common Derivatives and Integrals - Here is a set of common derivatives and integrals that are used somewhat regularly in a Calculus I or Calculus II class.
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Also included are reminders on several integration techniques. Table of Laplace Transforms - Here is a list of Laplace transforms for a differential equations class.
This table gives many of the commonly used Laplace transforms and formulas. In particular it is assumed that the exponents and factoring sections will be more of a review for you. Also, it is assumed that you've seen the basics of graphing equations. Graphing particular types of equations is covered extensively in the notes, however, it is assumed that you understand the basic coordinate system and how to plot points. There is some review of a couple of Algebra and Trig topics, but for the most part it is assumed that you do have a decent background in Algebra and Trig.
These notes assume no prior knowledge of Calculus. It is also assumed that you have a fairly good knowledge of Trig.
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Several topics rely heavily on trig and knowledge of trig functions. It also assumes that the reader has a good knowledge of several Calculus II topics including some integration techniques, parametric equations, vectors, and knowledge of three dimensional space.
These notes assume no prior knowledge of differential equations. A good grasp of Calculus is required however. This includes a working knowledge of differentiation and integration.
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It it still geared mostly towards Calculus students with occasional comments on how a topic will be used in a Calculus class. However, anyone needing a review of some of the basic algebra, trig, exponential functions and logarithms should find the information of use.
Not all the topics covered in an Algebra or Trig class are covered in this review. I've mostly covered topics that are of particular importance to students in a Calculus class.
I have included a couple of topics that are not that important to a Calculus class, but students do seem to have trouble with on occasion. As time permits I will be adding more sections as well.
The review is in the form of a problem set with the first solution containing detailed information on how to work that type of problem. Complex Number Primer - This is a brief introduction to some of the basic ideas involved with Complex Numbers.
The topics covered are a brief review of arithmetic with complex numbers, the complex conjugate, modulus, polar and exponential form and computing powers and roots of complex numbers. Note that this primer does assume that you've at least seen some complex numbers prior to reading.
Courses may be part of the traditional Algebra 1 - Geometry - Algebra 2 sequence or other sequences that may treat these topics in an integrated fashion.
In addition, acceptable courses may be combinations of integrated courses, algebra, geometry, and other courses that address the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice [PDF], including courses that apply these standards in the development of career-related skills.
Such courses may incorporate math in an applied form in conjunction with science or career technical education.
Examples of such courses include, but are not limited to, trigonometry, linear algebra, pre-calculus analytic geometry and mathematical analysis , calculus, discrete math, probability and statistics, and computer science. For instance, a computer science course with primary focus on coding methods alone would not fulfill the mathematics requirement, whereas one with substantial mathematical content e.
Courses that are based largely on repetition of material from a prerequisite or prior course e. Most approved courses will satisfy a single year of the subject requirement, with a few exceptions: A course covering only trigonometry, for example, would fulfill only half a year, but a single course covering trigonometry with significant integration of other advanced math content related to pre-calculus could fulfill one year of the requirement.
Mathematics courses taken over multiple terms that go beyond one year e.
Skills Guidelines Courses that satisfy this subject requirement will support students to: Apply mathematical knowledge in a way that allows them to analyze and understand a broad array of phenomena i.
Use mathematics to grasp and persevere in solving unfamiliar problems, and justify their solutions to those problems based on understanding the purpose behind each concept and skill they apply.
Find and use patterns of reasoning or structure, make and test conjectures, try multiple representations e.
Make abstractions and generalizations and verify that solutions are correct, approximate, or reasonable. Use mathematical models to guide their understanding of the world around us.However, this is not necessary to answer the three parts of the question.
Example 4. The product of an even integer and any integer is even.
Are my parents obligated to download me a car? Cube roots of unity Example 1.