# The Mechanical Universe Episode 03: Derivatives

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Question set and answer key to accompany The Mechanical Universe (College) episode described below. The series was previously hosted at the Annenberg Learner website, but is now available on YouTube (thanks to CalTech).

Episode 3. Derivatives - Link to video

The function of mathematics in physical science and the derivative as a practical tool. [2 pages; 20 questions]

I have organized the series into six groups on my own Mechanical Universe of Phyz page. The page has direct links to each episode of The Mechanical Universe on YouTube. This episode is part of the College Edition Red Set: Intros, Math, and “Other”.

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Spring 2020 UPDATE: In addition to the printable PDFs of the student blank and answer key, a Google Docs version of the student document now included for easier distance learning use.

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