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Limit Laws

Addition Law provided both and exist. Subtraction Law provided both and exist. Multiplication Law provided both and exist. Division Law provided both limits on the right exist, and . Logarithm Technique If then Advertisements

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Calculus World Cup

Just to share this news:  The National Taiwan University is holding the first ever Calculus World Cup (CWC) in February 2016. It’s the first time students from global top universities will be able to compete over Calculus in e-sports. The … Continue reading

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Undergrad Math Tuition: Maxima and Minima (Multivariable Calculus)

At the undergraduate level, sometimes functions are of two variables (x,y). How do we find the maximum or minimum points of such a function? Read the following PDF to find out! Recommended Book: Multivariable Calculus, 7th Edition This is a … Continue reading

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The Scientific (Mathematical) Way to Cut a Cake

Ever wondered if there is an alternative way to cutting cake so that it can stay fresh and softer in the refrigerator? This is how! Featured book: The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus (Princeton … Continue reading

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Mr Bean Calculus and Trigonometry Math Exam

For O Levels, we need to be proficient in both Calculus (Differentiation and Integration), AND Trigonometry! Students need to revise early to avoid being like Mr Bean!

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Performing well in math is generally a result of hard work, not innate skill

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jordan-lloyd-bookey/getting-a-d-in-mathand-th_b_4220609.html Recently, I read this article in The Atlantic about the myth of being innately “bad at math,” and how performing well in math is generally a result of hard work, not innate skill. By all accounts, I should … Continue reading

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Recommended Calculus Book for Undergraduates

Thomas’ Calculus (12th Edition) Thomas’ Calculus is the recommended textbook to learn Undergraduate Calculus (necessary for Engineering, Physics and many science majors). It is used by NUS and can be bought at the Coop. Full of pictures, and many exercises, … Continue reading

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What is the Difference between H1 Mathematics, H2 Mathematics and H3 Mathematics?

Source: http://www.temasekjc.moe.edu.sg/what-we-do/academic/mathematics-department Note: Additional Mathematics is very helpful to take H2 Mathematics in JC! Curriculum There are three mathematics syllabi, namely H1 Mathematics, H2 Mathematics and H3 Mathematics. Students who offered Additional Mathematics and passed the subject at the GCE ‘O’ level examination … Continue reading

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Maths Skills to be a Doctor

Doctor and Lawyer are the top two favourite careers in Singapore. Do doctors need to use Maths? Read the below to find out. Even if Maths is not directly needed, the logical thinking skills learnt in Mathematics will definitely be … Continue reading

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