Exponents are a fundamental math tool that you learn in Pre-algebra, but a lot of people continue to struggle with them all the way through calculus!

Read MoreGraphing polar curves and, more specifically, graphing circles, is a hard thing to master at first. But, with practice, it gets a lot easier, and you'll get much, much faster.

Read MoreHere are two quick ways to multiply 9 by any number 1 through 10.

Read MoreThe “1,089 rule” isn’t really a rule at all, it’s more like a fun thing that happens with numbers that you can explain with algebra.

Read MoreWhen you’re doing an area between curves problem, one of the toughest parts of the problem is figuring out the orientation of the curves.

Read MoreIf you want to add up all the numbers 1 through anything, like 1 through 100, or 1 through 23, there’s actually an easy way to do it.

Read MoreThis is a quick trick for finding the square of two-digit numbers.

Read MoreMost people thing long division is boring and tedious, but when you understand the math that's going on behind the scenes, it's actually pretty cool!

Read MoreVertical asymptotes are important boundary lines for a function, because, if you can find them, they're a line that the graph cannot cross, which can really help you sketch a more accurate picture of the curve.

Read MoreCritical points are one of the best things we can do with derivatives, because critical points are the foundation of the optimization process.

Read MoreLinear approximation, or linearization, is a method we can use to approximate the value of a function at a particular point.

Read MoreWe already know that the slope of a function at a particular point is given by the derivative of that function, evaluated at that point.

Read MoreMost often in calculus, you deal with explicitly defined functions, which are functions that are solved for y in terms of x.

Read MoreL'Hospital's rule is so named because i was discovered (maybe) by the mathematician L'Hospital in the 1600's.

Read MoreWhen we talk about differentiability, it’s important to know that a function can be differentiable in general, differentiable over a particular interval, or differentiable at a specific point.

Read MoreWhere Green's theorem is a two-dimensional theorem that relates a line integral to the region it surrounds, Stokes theorem is a three-dimensional version relating a line integral to the surface it surrounds.

Read MoreTangent lines are absolutely critical to calculus; you can’t get through Calc 1 without them!

Read MoreIn this video we’re talking about everything you need to know about matrix multiplication.

Read MoreDifferential equations are usually classified into two general categories: partial differential equations, which are also called partial derivatives, and ordinary differential equations.

Read MoreThe only numbers you can plug into a logarithm are positive numbers not equal to 1.

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