Math 162B/C
Calculus II
Spring, 2007

Links reinforcing material from MATH 161

Riemann sums
Newton's method
An applet demonstration [Furman]
An online tutorial (includes Bisection Method as well) [U Utah]
In the complex plane (fractals) [U Chicago]
Newton-Raphson method [Ga Tech]
Functions:
A simple graphing utility
An applet plotting a particle's position, velocity or acceleration along a line.
Limits:
An applet illustration of the definition of limit
Some examples showing why numerical evaluation of limits can be untrustworthy.
Drill on finding horizontal and vertical asymptotes. Solutions provided.
Derivatives:
Movement of secant line toward tangent line: applet 1 | applet 2
Relationship between a function and its derivative applet 1 | applet 2 | applet 3
Differentiability implies continuity, but the converse is not true.

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