Calculus For Dummies
Calculus requires knowledge of other math disciplines. To make studying and working out problems in calculus easier, make sure you know basic formulas for geometry, trigonometry, integral calculus, and differential calculus.
Formulas You Need to Know for Calculus
When 'studying calculus, you should have a good understanding of the following tables of formulas so you can efficiently and correctly solve calculus problems:
Groovy geometry table
Use this geometry table to deal with shapes, lines, points, and planes.
Trippin' trig table
This trigonometry table will help you deal with triangles, finding their relationships between the sides and angles of right triangles, and make calculations based on these relationships.
Dandy derivative table
This table is helpful for finding things like velocity and acceleration, the slope of a curve, and finding maximum and minimum values (optimization), when you're dealing with differential calculus.
Handy-dandy integral table
If you're studying integral calculus, this integral table will help you to work out complex calculations involving area, volume, arc length, center of mass, work, and pressure.