Calculus OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Basic Calculus Class by MIT

Published Feb 11, 2009

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'Calculus' is a free OpenCourseWare class offered by MIT. It contains much of the same material as comparable courses at MIT, but provides a more thorough examination of concepts, principles and theorems than other introductory courses. The material is best suited to undergraduate students studying Mathematics.

Calculus: Course Specifics

Degree Level Free Audio Video Downloads
Undergraduate Yes No No Yes

Lectures/Notes Study Materials Tests/Quizzes
Yes Yes Yes

Calculus: Course Description

This undergraduate course is taught by MIT Professor Hartley Rogers, creator of the Rogers equivalence theorem. It is a basic multi-variable calculus course intended to serve as an introduction to the central principles and theorems of calculus. The 'Calculus' OpenCourseWare is ideal for students who are working on bachelor's degrees in Mathematics and who intend to deeply investigate core calculus concepts rather than simply survey them. Topics include space motion, matrices, determinants, double integrals and optimization techniques. 'Calculus' also covers linear algebra, vector fields and geometry.

Available materials include lecture notes, supplementary notes, problem assignments and exams with solutions. For more information, visit the calculus course page.

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