Today I had a chance to go through the first (0) chapter from the textbook (Brief Calculus & Its Applications 13th edition by Larry J. Goldstein).
It consisted purely from a school math and precisely
- Functions and Their Graphs
- Some Important Functions
- The Algebra of Functions
- Zeros of Functions—The Quadratic Formula and Factoring
- Exponents and Power Functions
- Functions and Graphs in Applications
I am using most of the material on my daily basis, but it was anyways great to refresh the memory.
The book itself is amazing with great examples and solutions throughout each chapter. I had pleasure scrolling the pages 🙂
The most interesting part so far has been Compound Interest and formula which you can find below.