|Measures the value a function approaches as its input gets indefinitely close to a given point.
|Describes the rate at which a function changes at each particular point.
|Measures the area under the curve of a function over a given interval.
|4. Differential Equations
|Involves equations with unknown variables and their derivatives. Used to model various systems.
|5. Power Rule
|Used to compute the derivatives of power functions.
|6. Chain Rule
|A technique for finding the derivative of composite functions.
|7. Product Rule
|Used for finding derivative of a product of two functions.
|8. Quotient Rule
|Used for finding derivative of a quotient of two functions.
|9. Implicit Differentiation
|A procedure to find the derivative of a relation defined implicitly.
|10. L’Hopital’s Rule
|Explains a method to evaluate limits of indeterminate forms.
|11. Fundamental Theorem Of Calculus
|Relates the process of differentiation and integration.
|12. Rate Of Change
|The speed at which a variable changes over a specific period of time.
|13. Mean Value Theorem
|Guarantees at least one stationary point for continuous functions over a closed interval.
|14. Taylor Series
|A representation of a function as an infinite sum of terms calculated from the function’s derivatives at a certain point.
|15. Substitution Method
|Used to simplify difficult problems in integration by changing variables.
|16. Trig Substitution
|Substituting trigonometric functions for other expressions to calculate complex integrals.
|17. Integration By Parts
|Used to integrate products of two functions.
|18. Partial Derivatives
|Derivatives of functions with several variables with respect to one of those variables.
|19. Multiple Integration
|The integration of more than one variable.
|20. Vector Calculus
|Branch of Calculus dealing with vector fields.