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@ParthKohli, without a doubt.

ya............mr.intelligent......

you are! haha-

Hmm, thanks for flattering. I want more answers with a detail.

And I doubt if you guys know my past experience :P

Parth, I will tutor you on Calculus for free if you want a good introduction and help.

calculus is only an expansion of algebra, guess that includes your answer already.

I felt Calc I was like 75% Algebra and 20% Trig...pretty sure it will be easy for someone like you

Thank you.
Yes, @ash2326

Calculus is MOSTLY Algebra, just FYI. ;-)

Speaking from direct experience.

Then you are ready:D

Parth, do you have knowledge in Trig, Algebra I-II, and working with functions?

math is hard keke ayiyi

@Compassionate I do.

It depends on the school. At MIT, we started with Integrals first and defined limits based on that.

Calculus will come next year in my syllabus lol :P

Functions->Limits->Continuity->DIfferentiability->Differentiation->Integration

You see this stuff over and over in Calculus

@mathdumbo That's a nice way:D

Integral is a number of which something is a derivative of(as far as I know).

not a number but function.. :P

@ParthKohli You'll get a good start here
http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/calculus/

So, \[\int \limits {2xdx } = x^2\]?

Yes, @agentx5.
I saw a video on Khanacademy on the intuition of differentiation.

Parth, how would you solve this:
\[{2 - 5x \sqrt23}{-3x \sqrt2}\]

^ You need to have a background with working on radicals.

I believe that we should stick to the question, and yes I do know that :)

There is a lot of really small division in calculus.

I don't think we can simplify that.

And by small, I mean integrals.

It was just an example.

I have heard that we can calculate "nth" root of any number by differentiation. Am I correct ?

Parth,
don't forget the C

Yep, because the derivative of any constant is 0, and \(x + 0 = x\).

You got it lol :-D

I am just starting it ;)

Thank you, all! You are a great help!

What concept should I start with?

Limits.

Any resource?

parth,I learn it on MIT , and Khanacedemy

Yes: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/sitemap.aspx

That is a phenomenal reference.

also , this awesome book

Hah! Paul's Notes!
I find it a little difficult to start with the basics on that.

P.S. I learned my logs and trig on there. :)

Try E-book "Calculus for dummies"

http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/resources/Strang/Edited/Calculus/Calculus.pdf

That book help me a lot

I find these as the answers:
1) \(-1\)
2) \(\infty \)
3) \(\infty\)
You use L'Hopital's Rule.

You may do it visually by taking the numbers closer to the number which it is approaching.

Aww come on draw it! ^_^ Make a sketch

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Hmm. There's a thing that I am missing: CONIC SECTIONS.

Would I be able to do Calculus without conic sections?

This is why sketching/graphing things visually is so helpful in Calculus :-D

Hmmâ€”you should have included that I am a beginner too :)

I had to get lunch, sry about the delay

Hey no worries, we all have to learn to fly sometime right? ^_^

Isn't 'Does NOT Exist' just infinity?

Oh!

\(\huge \lim_{x \rightarrow 1} | \frac{1}{x-1} | = \infty\)
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^_^ Make more sense now?

I, for once, believe in visual techniques :)

Amen brotha! ;-P

Heh! That was so clear :')