These are the slides I use to introduce the chain rule. I repeat that it is the "derivative of the inside times the derivative of the outside". After going through a few examples with the class, they practice book problems.
The problems match the
Students are provided with information from several popular, educational websites concerning four planets closest to the sun. They are asked to use the equations for linear velocity (v=s/t=r*w) and angular velocity (w=(\theta)/t) and analyze the
This worksheet focuses on using numerical values to determine the limit of several "celebrity" expressions. I introduce these as celebrity limits in my class so that my students recognize them when they appear in Calculus.