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Flashcards can help you memorize basic calculus facts.

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Knowing these calculus facts well makes calculus much easier to master!

  • Derivative rules (constant multiple, sum/difference, product, quotient, chain): Shuffled or Unshuffled (8 cards)
  • Derivatives of functions (power, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric): Shuffled or Unshuffled (11 cards)
  • Derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions: Shuffled or Unshuffled (6 cards)
  • Derivatives of hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions: Shuffled or Unshuffled (12 cards)
  • All of the above derivative rules and formulas: Shuffled or Unshuffled (37 cards)
  • Basic indefinite integrals (antiderivatives): Shuffled or Unshuffled (17 cards)

Learning Center

  • Learning the Product Rule to Avoid Quotient Rule Mistake Students who make a common mistake when using the quotient rule report learning the product rule a certain way. Learning the product rule a different way can eliminate the quotient rule mistake.
  • Derivative of an Integral How to use the fundamental theorem of calculus to find the derivative of an integral that has the variable of differentiation in its limits.

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