Calculus Quick Notes for PC and MAC
Is a Education game developed by Thomas Hodges located at 2125 Benicia Ct Davis, CA 95616. The game is suitable for USK: All ages and required Android version is 4.0.3 and up.
This Calculus reference app is written by a mathematics tutor who has had ten years experience working with high college and school students, and understands their needs, their struggles, and with explanations that work well. It contains information on pre-calculus, limits, theorems, derivatives, integrals, integral applications and methods, and series that is infinite detailed descriptions, tips and examples. Most descriptions and examples use color symbols that are coded enhance student understanding.
This app is updated regularly with new material. It has the most complete and coverage that is useful of calculus reference app on the android market. It also includes a means to email the creators quickly from within the app with questions, suggestions or corrections.
Pre-Calculus topics covered:
Shifting Graphs with h and k
Trigonometric Identities (48)
Limits topics covered:
Mean Value Theorem
First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Sum or Difference Rule
Trig Derivatives (6)
Inverse Trig Derivatives (6)
Differentiation Methods covered:
Sum or Difference Rule
Constant Multiple Rule
du / u
Exponential Rule (2)
Logarithmic Integrals (2)
Trig Integrals (6)
Inverse Trig Integrals (6)
Integration by Parts
Integral Applications and Methods covered:
Volume by Disk/Washer Method (2)
Volume by Shell Method
Arc Length Integration (3 forms)
Products of Sine and Cosine
Products of Secant and Tangent
Reduction - Sine and Cosine
Reduction - Secant and Cosecant
Reduction - Tangent and Cotangent
Infinite Series Convergence Tests covered:
Series Test Battery
Nth Term Test
Limit Comparison Test
Alternating Series Test
Center of Mass/ Centroid covered:
Double Integration for Area
Linear Center of Mass / Centroid
Planar Center of Mass/ Centroid - Double Integral Approach
Planar Centroid - Area Beneath a Curve
Planar Centroid - Area Between Two Curves
Centroid - Solid of Revolution
Taylor (Maclaurin) Series covered:
Taylor (Maclaurin) Series overview
Common Maclaurin Series
Vector Calculus covered:
Two-Dimensional Vector Representations
Feel free to email me with any questions or comments on this app, or additional material that you would like to see covered. To email me from within the app, touch the envelope icon in the top corner that is right of screen.
How to run this game on PC or MAC
You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.
- Download BlueStacks, a free Android emulator.
- Install BlueStacks from installation file.
- Now run BlueStacks and use the search tool of BlueStacks to find the Calculus Quick Notes.
- As you find the game then hit the installation button and install it by following on screen instructions.
I love this app very useful. Good job developers. How ever it is lacking many topics. Add Improper Integrals,Partial Fraction method in Integral. Hope to see an update asap ty. And 1 thing this app will be the best than the rest if you add comprehensive step by step solutions and more examples. This is by far an very good app pls update and see more app downloads of this when you add up my suggestion thank me later ty
It's like a textbook in your pocket. With all the fluff and practice problems cut out. Excellent reference material.
If I had to critique a part, it would be the examples. More examples in each section would be great to make newly learned concepts make more sense.
It is a good app with very deep & essential notes and points of calculus. But in the derivative formula in chain rule there is some typographical error i.e. it should be d/dx(f(g(x))) rather than d/dx(g(x)) Morever its helpful and hoping for some new formulaes in near future
It had all I needed to pass calc class. If you're in college or high school or whatever and you need calc, this will help out, so does studying out of the book, but this is good.
Pretty great if you need a memory refresher, explanations are available and very concise, which in some cases is great
Wish I knew about this before, some subjects can get intimidating without the proper studying tools. Thank you!
This app is exactly what I needed to get a good overview of what I would be learning in calculus class.
A wonderfully straightforward reference that covers the breadth of the most important calculus topics. Includes information that you would reference on a formula-test sheet along with brief yet comprehensive explanations for the respective topics. Very much appreciated!
Very handy for Calculus I-III students and beyond! The examples that come together with the topics are wonderful. Excellent!
The app is super easy to use, and the material was summarized in a way such that almost anyone can easily pick it up. The inclusion of pre calc and trig was also a great addition. I only wish there was more integration methods. Thanks
It contains more theory, not formulaes. U should give equal importance to both theory as well as formulas. Its not good.
It doesn't fit my phone's format very well, and the text could be larger for better readability. Good access to the pertinent information.