Calculus Videos: Differentiation

Course Description

In this course, Calculus Instructor Patrick gives 58 video lessons on Differentiation. Some of the topics covered are:  Derivative Formulas, Derivative of a Function, Equation of a Tangent Line, Linearization at a Point, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule, Logarithmic Differentiation, Newton's Method, Lagrange Multipliers, and many more.

Tags: Math, Math Calculus

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Basic Derivative Formulas (Part 1) Play Video
2 Basic Derivative Formulas (Part 2) Play Video
3 Sketching the Derivative of a Function Play Video
4 Equation of a Tangent Line Play Video
5 Linearization at a Point Play Video
6 Finding the Derivative Using Its Definition Play Video
7 Product Rule (1/2) Play Video
8 Product Rule (2/2) Play Video
9 Quotient Rule (1/2) Play Video
10 Quotient Rule (2/2) Play Video
11 Derivatives Using the Chain Rule (Part 1) Play Video
12 Derivatives Using the Chain Rule (Part 2) Play Video
13 Chain Rule: Harder (Ex. 1) Play Video
14 Chain Rule: Harder (Ex. 2) Play Video
15 Chain Rule: Harder (Ex. 3) Play Video
16 More Complicated Derivative Examples (Part 1) Play Video
17 More Complicated Derivative Examples (Part 2) Play Video
18 Using the Product and Chain Rule to Find a Derivative: Then Factoring and Simplifying Play Video
19 Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation (Part 1) Play Video
20 Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation (Part 2) Play Video
21 Derivatives Using Implicit Differentiation (Part 3) Play Video
22 Related Rates Problems and Implicit Differentiation Play Video
23 Related Rates Involving a Cone Play Video
24 Related Rates: A Point Moving on a Graph Play Video
25 Related Rates: With Trigonometry Play Video
26 Related Rates: Baseball Diamond Example Play Video
27 Logarithmic Differentiation (Part 1) Play Video
28 Logarithmic Differentiation (Part 2) Play Video
29 Derivatives Involving Logarithmic Functions: ln(x), log (x), etc. Play Video
30 Properties of Logarithms: Functions Play Video
31 Derivatives Involving Exponential Functions: e^x, a^x, etc Play Video
32 Derivatives Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions Play Video
33 Inverse Trigonometric Derivative: Example 1 Play Video
34 Inverse Trigonometric Derivative: Example 2 Play Video
35 Inverse Trigonometric Derivative: Example 3 Play Video
36 Inverse Trigonometric Derivative: Example 4 Play Video
37 Finding Partial Derivatives Play Video
38 The General Chain Rule (Part 1) Play Video
39 The General Chain Rule (Part 2) Play Video
40 Newton's Method Play Video
41 Where a Function is Increasing and Decreasing, Finding Local Max and Local Min Play Video
42 Increasing/Decreasing, Local Maximums/Minimums Play Video
43 Finding Critical Numbers (Part 1) Play Video
44 Finding Critical Numbers (Part 2) Play Video
45 First Derivative Test (Part 2) Play Video
46 First Derivative Test (Part 2) Play Video
47 Lagrange Multipliers: Finding Max or Min Play Video
48 Using the Second Derivative to Find Local Max and Min Play Video
49 Using the Second Derivative to Find Where a Function is Concave Up/Concave Down Play Video
50 Optimization Problem (Part 1) Play Video
51 Optimization Problem (Part 2) Play Video
52 Optimization Problem (Part 3) Play Video
53 Finding Local Max, Min and Saddle Points (Part 1) Play Video
54 Finding Local Max, Min and Saddle Points (Part 2) Play Video
55 Curve Sketching Using Calculus: (Part 1 of 2) Play Video
56 Curve Sketching Using Calculus (Part 2 of 2) Play Video
57 Directional Derivatives Play Video
58 Differentials and Approximations Play Video

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