D. The meaning of derivatives and integrals

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1. Rate of Change and Derivative 1

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2. Rate of Change and Derivative 2

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3. Understanding Newton's Method: False Position

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4. Newton's Method Implemented on the TI-83/84 Calculator

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5. More about Newton's Method

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6. A program for Newton's method on the TI-83/84

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7. Numerical Derivative
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 8. Derivatives
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 9. Computing integrals
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 10. Derivatives and Antiderivatives of Polynomials
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 11. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 12. One way to compute an integral
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 13. What does it mean that the derivative of a function equals zero?
AreaOfEllipseCalculusIconSmall.png 14. Graphing the derivative

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