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Mathematics - Precalculus, Calculus I-III, and some Differential Equations.

Calculus III was not a class I ever took so the plan is to review Pre-Calculus, Calculus I & II, then an intense study for Calculus III which will include exams.


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Note that MathLaTeX uses its own naming scheme for images.
Aids for producing equations and graphs in digital form.

  • Online Equation Writer[1]
  • Software Equation Writer - Math Magic[2]
  • Graphing Calculator[3]
  • Math Graphs[4]
  • Wolfram Alpha Pro[5]

Mathematical Identities

Main Article: Mathematical Identities
Various mathematical formulas, tricks, and patterns.


Pre-Calculus - done
Textbook: Precalculus Mathematics, 3rd. Daniel D. Benice 1986 ISBN 0-13-695503-7.


Main Article: Trigonometry

Unable to find even a minimally acceptable calculus text book, I decided to write my own.

Calculus I

Main Article: Calculus I

  • 1. Limits
  • 2. Differentiation
  • 3. Differentiation Applications
  • 4. Integration
  • 5. Logarithmic, Exponential, and Other Transcendental Functions

Calculus II

Main Article: Calculus II

  • 6 Differential Equations
  • 7 Integration Applications
  • 8 Integration Techniques
  • 9 Infinite Series
  • 10 Conics, Parametric Equations ad Polar Coordinates

Calculus III

Main Article: Calculus III Advanced Calculus

  • 11 Vectors and Spacial Geometry
  • 12 Vector-Valued Functions
  • 13 Function with Several Variables
  • 14 Multiple Integration
  • 15 Vector Analysis


  1. Algorithms (Advanced)(Course)
  2. Algorithms (Advanced)

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