[April 5, 2015]

Added Two Dimensional Vectors (Level 5) in the Calculus III section. This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. This video goes over 12 examples covering vector addition, vector subtraction and scalar multiplication. These problems are solved by using the geometric interpretation of these particular vector operations.

[October 19, 2014]

Added Two Dimensional Vectors (Level 4) in the Calculus III section. This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. This video goes vector operations also known as vector arithmetic. Topics include: geometric interpretation of scalar multiplication of a vector, vector addition, and vector subtraction.

[October 5, 2014]

Added Two Dimensional Vectors (Level 3) in the Calculus III section. This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. This video goes over 5 examples covering how to write the component form of a vector and sketching vectors in standard position.

[July 21, 2014]

Added Two Dimensional Vectors (Level 2) in the Calculus III section. This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. Topics include vectors in a coordinate system, vectors in standard position, and component form of a vector.

[July 3, 2014]

Added Two Dimensional Vectors (Level 1) in the Calculus III section. This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. This video goes over the basic concepts and terminology of vectors in a plane. Topics include: Vectors, Magnitude of a Vector, Equivalent Vectors, and Vector Notation. This video also goes over 2 examples.

[February 9, 2014]

Added The Quotient Rule (Level 3) in the Calculus I section. This is the third and final video on the quotient rule. This video goes over 4 examples illustrating how to find the derivative of a function by using a set of values and by using the graphs of functions.

[January 26, 2014]

Added The Quotient Rule (Level 2) in the Calculus I section. This video continuous going over more challenging example that require the use of the quotient. This video goes over 7 examples. 3 of these examples involves finding an expression for the derivative in terms of general functions.

[January 5, 2014]

Added The Quotient Rule (Level 1) in the Calculus I section. This video will teach you how to find the derivative of functions formed by a quotient of functions by using the quotient rule and going over 3 examples.

[November 24, 2013]

Added The Product Rule (Level 3) in the Calculus I section. This video continues going over how to find the derivative of functions formed by products of functions by using the product rule. This videos goes over 2 examples illustrating how to find the derivative of functions by using the graphs of these functions.

Also added Two Dimensional Vectors, Three Dimensional Vectors, The Dot Product, and The Cross Product Work Sheets in the Calculus III section.

[November 17, 2013]

Added The Product Rule (Level 2) in the Calculus I section. This video continues going over how to find the derivative of functions formed by products of functions by using the product rule. This videos goes over 5 examples illustrating how to find the derivative of functions by writing a general expression and using values that are provided to find the derivative at a given value of x.

Also added Three Dimensional Coordinate System Equation and Work Sheet in the Calculus III section.

[November 3, 2013]

Upgraded The Product Rule (Level 1) in the Calculus I section. This video will teach you how to find the derivative of functions formed by products of functions by using the product rule. An example involving the product of three functions is also illustrated.

[September 15, 2013]

Upgraded Derivatives of Polynomials and Natural Exponential Functions (Level 3) in the Calculus I section. This video will teach how to rewrite common functional expressions into a "derivative friendly" form. A good understanding of intermediate algebra is required to succeed in any calculus class.

[September 8, 2013]

Upgraded Derivatives of Polynomials and Natural Exponential Functions (Level 2) in the Calculus I section. This video will teach you the basics of calculating the derivative of simple polynomials and exponential functions using the constant multiple, sum and difference rule.