More Tutorials that you guys liked =D
Remember I said that there were other tutorials on the site, but we have no use of them yet? Well if you do remember, HERE THEY ARE! We can finally use them. If you don't remember or you haven't seen the tutorials that I had up on here for the limits and discontinuity sections, then you're mission out on how great those and these tutorials are. I suggest you to check out the site Calculus Help. The site is made by one of the coolest study guides author Mike Kelley. He puts the fun into learning in books.
Chapter Two: Finding Derivatives
Lesson 1: The Difference Quotient
Lesson 2: The Power Rule
Lesson 3: The Product Rule
Lesson 4: The Quotient Rule
Lesson 5: The Chain Rule
Yes, some of those rules we haven't gone over yet. But then again, I just wanted to put them up, so that way when we do go over it, it'll be right here on the site for you to go over with again. Have fun!
P.S. Did you know students in the U.S. could just sign up to take any AP exam from the collegeboard (the board where our AP exam is coming from), and teach themselves the course with a help of a book, textbook or any kind of resources? All they have to do is pay a fee. Less than $100 dollars I think. Imagine that.
The books from that guy who created those tutorials puts a bit of a sense of humour into his teaching. He really relates his teaching to everyday stuff. You'll know what I mean if you've watched the tutorials for Limits and Discontinuity. Amazing. I should purchase one of his books through the net sometime after Christmas, "Peterson's AP Calculus AB and BC." Lol. We'll see.