For those students studying the IB Maths Higher Level Calculus option, I’ve just finished putting together video playlists to cover the whole option syllabus. These include both videos teaching the course content and also worked past paper solutions. Hopefully this should make what is a demanding unit a little bit more manageable.

Calculus Option Part 1:

Limits, limits at infinity, determining if limits exist, differentiating from first principles, L’Hopital’s Rule, Squeeze theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean Value theorem.

Calculus Option Part 2:

differential equations, solving differential equations through separating variables, substitution and integrating factor, sketching slope fields.

Calculus Option Part 3:

Improper integrals, Comparison test, Riemann sums, divergence test, comparison test, limit comparison test, alternating series test, absolute convergence, power series, Ratio test.

Calculus Option Part 4:

Power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series,

Other playlists

You can find all the playlists for the:
HL core maths content here.
SL maths here
Studies maths here.

A 60 page pdf guide full of advice to help with modelling and statistics explorations – focusing in on non-calculator methods in order to show good understanding. Includes:

Pearson’s Product: Height and arm span

How to calculate standard deviation by hand

Binomial investigation: ESP powers

Paired t tests and 2 sample t tests: Reaction times

I just want to say that I’m loving math and like to help people to learn it.

For people struggling with math I created powerful derivative calculator (in addition to steps derivative can be evaluted at point) and integral calculator (with steps shown).
Also, I looked for good free online graphing calculator, but all they lack customization, so I created another one.

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March 2, 2016 at 5:18 pm

CaclulusHello,

I just want to say that I’m loving math and like to help people to learn it.

For people struggling with math I created powerful derivative calculator (in addition to steps derivative can be evaluted at point) and integral calculator (with steps shown).

Also, I looked for good free online graphing calculator, but all they lack customization, so I created another one.

You can check them out here:

Graphing calculator – http://www.emathhelp.net/calculators/calculus-1/online-graphing-calculator/

Integral Calculator – http://www.emathhelp.net/calculators/calculus-2/integral-calculator/

Derivative Calculator – http://www.emathhelp.net/calculators/calculus-1/derivative-calculator/

And general page with all calculators is http://www.emathhelp.net/calculators/other/math-problem-solver/

Might be worth adding to the site or recommending to students.

Either way, have a great day!

Best wishes,

Paul

March 9, 2019 at 11:24 pm

Nathan EbenezerHey, which option textbook for calculus do you suggest? I don’t know to choose between haese or cambridge. Please answer, thanks 🙂