## Calculus the Easy WayLongtime favorites for both classroom and self-teaching help, Barron's Easy Way Series titles review a wide variety of subjects, presenting fundamental concepts in clear, easy-to-understand language and examples. Calculus the Easy Way covers all the essentials of a first-year calculus course, including derivatives, integrals, trignometric functions, natural logarithms, exponential functions, and an introduction to differential equations. |

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### Contents

The Slope of the Tangent Line | 1 |

Calculating Derivatives | 13 |

Drawing Curves with Derivatives | 30 |

Derivatives of Complicated Functions | 43 |

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions | 60 |

Optimum Values and Related Rates | 72 |

A Backward Derivative | 84 |

Finding Areas with Integrals | 99 |

Integration by Trigonometric Substitution | 141 |

Integration by Partial Fractions | 153 |

Finding Volumes with Integrals | 169 |

Arc Lengths Surface Areas and the Center of Mass | 183 |

Introduction to Differential Equations | 198 |

Partial Derivatives | 221 |

Comprehensive Test of Calculus Problems | 233 |

Stanislavsky Guide to Calculus | 258 |

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Page 321 - The value of the derivative at any point of a curve is equal to the slope of the tangent line to the curve at that point.