- Calculus
- 13
- 49 minutes
- Complete Maths, Calculus

## Course Intro

This course takes you through the types of questions you can expect to face in Section A of your final exam.

Your **teacher-in-your-pocket** will walk you through each* key concept* that you need to know, and then she will take you through *example questions* one by one. All questions are taken from old exam papers and they represent a specific type of question that you ** will** face in your final exam.

You will be shown exactly how to approach the different question types and you will be given all the key points that you *need* to remember when faced with that particular question type. You will be given the full set of Concept Notes, the Questions that your teacher walks you through and the corresponding Memo.

We cover the South African National Curriculum and use example questions from past IEB papers – so whether you are at a GED or IEB school, this course will make it possible for you to reach your full potential!

This course can also be purchased together with Calculus Section B in the Calculus Package.

##### Who is this course for?

- Matric students preparing for the final exams.
- Homeschooling students wanting to test their knowledge and make sure they understand the material.
- University students learning calculus and wanting a refresher on the basics

##### Requirements

- A desire to pass
- A willingness to learn
- A willingness to make hand-written notes and do the revision questions
- An understanding of Grade8-11 Mathematics.

##### What do you learn?

- Summary of all key concepts
- Determining the
**differential**/ f^{1}(x) from**first principles** - Finding f
^{1}(x) using the “fast” method - Finding the equation of a
**tangent**at one point on the curve - Turning points and the points of inflection of
**cubic graphs** - Local
**maximum**and**minimum**values **Word problems**dealing with speed / velocity / rate and volume / area, etc

This course is not a full lesson on Calculus, it is designed specifically for exam preparation. Your teacher will assume that you understand the basics of Calculus and although she **will** go through the important concepts, the explanations will be specific to the exam questions.