MIT OCW Single Variable Calculus
What is this?
In late 2011, Stanford ran some free, experimental online classes in machine learning, artificial intelligence and databases. I participated in the ML and AI classes, and found the experience very rewarding. Not just because I learnt some great stuff, but these were topics and lectures that I’ve been meaning to get around to learning for several years.
Because the online classes were so successful in getting me clear out those lectures from my to-do list, I’m going to apply a similar template personally to other classes available online. This one is the MIT single variable calculus class that’s available on OCW.
03/19/12Curve sketching and max-min problems
02/24/12Exponents continued, linear and quadratic approximations.
02/17/12Implicit differentiation and inverses, exponential and log, logarithmic differentiation and hyperbolic functions.
01/25/12Derivative formulas – specific formulas such as sin and cos, and general formulas.
01/18/12Definition of derivatives, rates of change, limits and continuity.