# What will I learn in Calculus 1

## Calculus 1

Doctor Math is really proud to introduce its first product, Calculus 1.

The concept is very simple. Doctor Math is sure that learning mathematics becomes very effective, if the students apply their learned theory by solving as many practical problems as possible.

Doctor Math Calculus 1 offers the students more than 280 practical problems. All solutions of problems and their detailed explanations are available as well. The problems cover different fields of mathematics enclosed in the syllabus of the first year calculus of most universities of the world. This app includes the following main topics:

- Real numbers, mathematical induction.

- Functions and limits.

- Differential calculus.

- Application of derivative (Taylor series, extreme value problems, Newton’s method).

- Integral calculus.

- Application of integral (volumes, arc length, area of surface revolution).

- Infinite sequences and series (limits and convergence).

These 7 sections of Calculus 1 are divided into several subsections. Each subsection contains 7 problems. The complexity of problems is increasing with the number of the problem in every subsection. The students have the possibility to solve the problems themselves and compare the results with the answers provided by Doctor Math. If difficulties occur during the solving process or if the answers do not match, then the students can simply click the "solution" button and see the complete solution with all necessary explanations. Moreover, Doctor

Math includes a button called "What Should I Know". The page under this button contains a brief summary of definitions and theorems as well as formulas necessary for solving the problems.

Through the feedback button Doctor Math is wishing to stay in everyday contact with all users. Any remark or question is welcome.

Here is the best part - Doctor Math Calculus 1 is completely free.

To learn more about Doctor Math, please visit:

www.doctor-math.com

Doctor Math is really proud to introduce the first product, Calculus 1.

The concept is very simple. Doctor Math is sure that learning math will be very effective if the student will apply the theory they have learned and solve as many practical problems as possible.

Doctor Math Calculus 1 offers students more than 280 practical problems. All solutions to problems and their detailed explanations are also available. The problems cover different areas of mathematics in the curriculum of the first year calculus of most universities in the world. This app focuses on the following:

- Real numbers, complete induction.

- Functions and Limits.

- differential calculus.

- Use of derivative (Taylor series, extreme value problems, Newton's method).

- integral calculus.

- Use of integral (volumes, arc length, area of surface revolution).

- Infinite sequences and series (limits and convergence).

These 7 sections of Calculus 1 are divided into several subsections. Each subsection contains 7 problems. The complexity of the problems increases with the number of tasks in each sub-section. Students have the opportunity to solve the problems themselves and compare the results with Dr. Math provided. If during the solving process difficulties arise or if the answers do not match then the students can simply click on the "Solution" and see the complete solution with all necessary explanations. Also a doctor

Math includes a button called "What Should I Know". The page below this button contains a brief summary of the definitions and theorems as well as formulas needed to solve the problems.

Through the feedback button Doktor Math wishes to stay in daily contact with all users. Any comment or question is welcome.

Here's the best part - Doctor Math Calculus 1 is completely free.

To learn more about Dr. Math, please visit:

www.doctor-math.com

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