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Limits mark the transition from Algebra to the Calculus. This suite can be used as an end of year unit or as a beginning of year unit for Precalculus or Calculus, respectively. This unit is "short" because it doesn't belabor the lefthand and righthand limit concept and it doesn't present any the
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Limits III - defines "Derivative", shows how to calculate the Difference Quotient in order to find the slope at any point on a curve, designates a space for presenting more examples and suggests some practice problems.
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Curso de Excel avançado. Material auto explicativo com telas e exemplos práticos.
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Apostila de Excel com informações básicas para iniciantes. Contém telas e exemplos práticos.
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Two spreadsheet activities for use in a computer lab or outside of class, creating and critiquing a trigonometric model for ocean level at Point Reyes, California. Apply trigonometry knowledge and then use numerical methods for rate of change. Real data is used, and students are prompted to think cr
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This spreadsheet illustrates key concepts from AP and introductory calculus. It requires some basic knowledge of Excel to modify. Cells that are automated are highlighted in light-green. Cells that require manual input are highlighted in light-blue. This spreadsheet can be used to illustrate key i
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This is a daily do now that generates and randomizes the numbers for interpreting velocity vs. time graphs that have constant acceleration. It asks for the acceleration of the car and the distance covered in a time interval. You can make an infinite number of problems with the file due to the random
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For Calculus classes. Use this Excel spreadsheet to show that the integral of f(x) is x dx by specifying x, f(x) and a dx value. The current f(x) is 1/x, so the integral is ln(x). This shows you that when the integral of 1/x dx is 1, the x value is e. You can copy the current sheet to another tab
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