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Calculus problems with step-by-step solutions
Calculus problems with detailed, solutions. It's calculus done the old-fashioned way - one problem at a time, one easy-to-follow step at a time, with problems ranging in difficulty from easy to challenging. Also available are scanned solutions to problems in differential, integral and multi-variable calculus and series.

Excerpts from "How To Ace Calculus"
Excerpts from "How to Ace Calculus: The Streetwise Guide" a recently published book with an unorthodox humorous approach to learning calculus. For those with a sense of humor only.

Calculus animations in Maple and Calculus animations in Mathematica
A series of Quicktime movies, contributed by Deej Heath of Pacific Lutheran University. These illustrate many ideas of calculus, and also include instructions on how to make similar animations yourself using Maple or Mathematica.

Calculus Applets
A collection of Java applets illustrating calculus concepts by Deej Heath at Pacific Lutheran University.

Sample Exams
See if you are ready for your exam by taking our collection of sample exams.

Mathematics and the job market
A list of professions which use mathematics

Online tutorials and courses in calculus:
Tutorials for the Calculus Phobe: An excellent collection of animated calculus tutorials in Flash format.

Calculus Tutorial: A well done online tutorial centered on calculus, covering from algebra to integration and Linear Algebra, from Harvey Mudd College.

Visual Calculus: A nice online tutorial for basic calculus from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Includes Javascript applets and mathview modules.

The Elementary Calculus Line: Nice explanations of fundamental concepts from the HyperLearning Center.

thinkwell.com: This is a commercial outfit which has the best online calculus course we've seen yet. Often available for a free trial period. Lectures by Prof. Ed Burger, a renowned calculus lecturer.

Dan's math at home calculus lessons.

Infinite series tutorial. Przemyslaw Bogacki presents an interactive tutorial. Some bugs.

Aid for Calculus: Hundreds of sample problems from John A. Taylor, with solutions. Nicely indexed.

Dr. Math: Great list of problems. Also has something to say on calculus and other topics.

Calculus Solutions: Numerous problems with solutions.

S.O.S. Math - Calculus: Good list of problems with solutions. Through Fourier Series.

Ask Mr. Calculus: Ask Mr. Calculus your questions. Some good problems.

The Math Shop: Some solved problems, java applets for calculus, and review material.

www.calculus-help.com: Nice collection of problems with solutions, aimed at AP calculus exam.

Hotmath: Follow the students button to get a list of solutions to the odd problems in the calculus texts of Stewart; Larson, Hostetler, Edwards; and Tan

Find The Error: Douglas Shaw challenges you to find the error in some calculus proofs.

WebCalc: A completely on-line calculus course at Texas A&M. Needs Scientific Notebook, but a free viewer version is available.

Online calculus notes: From the University of British Columbia. Has some nice explanations and some interactive features.

Calculating the Volume of a Vase: A very nicely presented project in which the volume of a real vase is computed. From the Duke University Mathematics Department.

Graphics for the calculus classroom: Douglas N. Arnold's graphical demonstrations developed for first year calculus.

Karl's Calculus Tutor: Lots of nice explanations of calculus concepts.

Mudd Math Fun Facts: Nice explanations of many calculus (and other mathematical) concepts. Also has geometry, algebra, probability etc. sections. Organized by level of difficulty.

Common Errors: Common errors in undergraduate mathematics, compiled by Eric Schechter at Vanderbilt University.

Graphics for the calculus classroom: A collection of graphics and animations that illustrate calculus concepts.

AP Calculus: College Board's guide to AP Calculus.

Dave's math Tables: Tables of integrals, derivatives, and series expansions.

Animated examples by Louis A. Talman of the Metropolitan State College of Denver. A nice collection of very informative animations.

DAU Tutorial Modules from George Mason University. Nicely laid out elementary explanations of calculus topics.

Dr. Vogel's Gallery of Calculus Pathologies A collection of strange functions that illustrate points about continuity and differentiablility.

World Web Math Linked collection of calculus explanations from MIT.

Wikepedia Entry on calculus in the online encyclopedia. Many links to specialized topics.

Multivariate Calculus With Maple:: Mulitvariable calculus explanations, with many problems implemented and solved using Maple. Nice explanations of some topics.

Advanced Calculus : web tutorial from the University of Cape Town.

calculator.org: A scientific calculator.

Additional Math Resources: Math tutorials and resources for students and teachers

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