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# Homework Help for Single Variable Calculus

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## Calculus & Linear Algebra

Implicit Differentiation and Linear Approximation Quadratic Approximation of a Product Sketching a Curve Closest Point to the Origin 6: Minimum Triangle Area 9: Maximum Surface Area 8: Related Rates Part I 7: Related Rates Part II Mean Value Theorem Part I 6: Linear Approximation With Differentials 5: Anti-differentiation by Substitution Differential Equation With Graph 8: Summation Notation Practice Computing the Volume of a Paraboloid 7: Diffusion of a Chemical Definite Integrals of tan x 6: Definite Integral by Substitution 9: Applying the Second Fundamental Theorem 4: Second Fundamental Theorem and Chain Rule 5: Second Fundamental Theorem and Quadratic Approximation 7: Area Between the Graphs of Sine and Cosine 4: Volume of a Paraboloid via Disks 5: Volume of Revolution via Shells 8: Average x-Coordinate in a Region Trig Integral Practice Trig Integrals and a Volume of Revolution 9: Hyperbolic Trig Sub Integration by Completing the Square Partial Fractions Decomposition Surface Area of a Torus Polar to Cartesian 8: Integration Practice I Integration Practice II Integration Practice III Integration Practice IV Limit of a Series 4: Ratio Test for Convergence Integral Test as Estimation This is one of over 2, courses on OCW.

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