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Introduction to Visual Calculus

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Moving backwards in time? Calculus makes it possible! In this lesson, learn to calculate change in position by moving in either direction on the velocity graph.
with Math is a SportMoving backwards in time? Calculus makes it possible! In this lesson, learn to calculate change in position by moving in either direction on the velocity graph.

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In this visual calculus lesson, explore the interplay between speed, acceleration, and velocity by looking at the concept of increasing and decreasing speed.
with Math is a SportIn this visual calculus lesson, explore the interplay between speed, acceleration, and velocity by looking at the concept of increasing and decreasing speed.

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In this lesson, review a calculus word problem about buying a used car to illustrate the difference between total distance traveled and change in position.
with Math is a SportIn this lesson, review a calculus word problem about buying a used car to illustrate the difference between total distance traveled and change in position.

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In this calculus lesson, review the relationship between minima, maxima, and extrema, and determine a method for finding all candidates for position extrema.
with Math is a SportIn this calculus lesson, review the relationship between minima, maxima, and extrema, and determine a method for finding all candidates for position extrema.

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This is the end of your visual calculus journey! Learn the notation for slope of a curve at a particular point, and the signed area from one time to another.
with Math is a SportThis is the end of your visual calculus journey! Learn the notation for slope of a curve at a particular point, and the signed area from one time to another.
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