Blog Entry #72
Starting on April 23, 2012, I will revisit topics of calculus for 21 posts (my goal is to post daily  at least on Monday  Friday). It can be a used for a review, visiting past (hopefully pleasant) memories, or an aid for studying for the finals.
I will cover some of the major topics in calculus including:
* Trigonometric Identities
* Functions
* Limits
* Derivatives
* Integrals
* Series
* Entry 21 will be a "catch all" blog
See you soon!
Eddie
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A blog is that is all about mathematics and calculators, two of my passions in life.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Announcement: Calculus Revisited starts 4/23/2012
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