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Calculus III

Course: Calculus II
Topic: Transcendental Functions
Subtopic: Review of Transcendental Functions and their Derivatives

Overview

This page provides several links in case you need to review derivatives and integrals of basic transcendental functions especially as you make the transition from Calculus I to Calculus II. If you come across similar sites that you believe would be helpful to your classmates please share on the class discussion board.

Mini-Lectures and Examples

Supplemental Resources

Videos from Selwyn Hollis's Video Calculus that review some pre-calculus topics: The Natural Logarithm, The Exponential Function, and The Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Introduction to Transcendental functions, Dale Hoffman's Contemporary Calculus

Calculus with Inverse Trig Functions, Dale Hoffman's Contemporary Calculus
Comprehensive lesson reviewing derivatives of the six inverse trig functions and finding antiderivatives that result in inverse trig functions.

In case you need it more information is available in the following lesson notes from Calc I. However, note that some of the information linked above may be duplicated in the notes below.

rev. 2021-01-23