Calculus Lifesaver: A Free Online Course from Princeton

It’s rare that we get to cov­er math here. So here it goes: Adri­an Ban­ner, a lec­tur­er at Prince­ton, has put togeth­er a lec­ture series (in video) that will help you mas­ter cal­cu­lus, a sub­ject that has tra­di­tion­al­ly frus­trat­ed many stu­dents. The 24 lec­tures (find them on Vimeo) were orig­i­nal­ly pre­sent­ed as review ses­sions for Prince­ton intro­duc­to­ry cal­cu­lus cours­es offered in 2006, and each ses­sion runs about two hours. It’s worth not­ing that Ban­ner has used the lec­tures to devel­op a handy book, The Cal­cu­lus Life­saver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Cal­cu­lus. To find this course (and many oth­ers like it), look in the Math sec­tion of our col­lec­tion of 1500 Free Online Cours­es. Here you will also find Cal­cu­lus Revis­it­ed: Sin­gle Vari­able Cal­cu­lus, a vin­tage intro­duc­to­ry course filmed by MIT in 1970. Con­sid­er it a clas­sic…

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