## Calculus Help Links

0. www.thinkwell.com

This is a very good site for calculus, but you have to pay. The most inexpensive way to get lessons by

Professor Burger is the get the lessons streamed on your ipad (if you have an ipad).

1. http://www.khanacademy.com

This website contains videos of Mr. Khan solving math problems of all types. You need to scroll down to find the calculus ones.

2. http://online.math.uh.edu/Math1431/

In this website contains videos from the University of Houston going through most of the topics in calculus 1.

3 .http://mrsroberts.com/MrsRoberts/Calculus/calculus.htm

In this website you will find calculus exercise problems and their solutions.

4. http://www.hippocampus.org/Calculus

This is video based explanations of many concepts beginning with precalculus functions and continuing with calculus.

It is a great website for reviewing precalculus concepts at the beginning of the year. It is very comprehensive.

5. http://www.youtube.com/user/RobbWorld#p/c/4AADFF44443B8E60/0/HEJT-8bXSVI

In this website you will find youtube videos of Robb explaining calculus topics. Many of them are for free.

6. http://designatedderiver.wikispaces.com/

This website contains all kinds of resources including videos. Some of the links found here might be the same as the ones above.

7. http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/.

8. http://www.mscs.dal.ca/~kgardner/History.html.

This is a nice brief history of mathematics and development of calculus.

This website contains videos of Mr. Khan solving math problems of all types. You need to scroll down to find the calculus ones.

2. http://online.math.uh.edu/Math1431/

In this website contains videos from the University of Houston going through most of the topics in calculus 1.

3 .http://mrsroberts.com/MrsRoberts/Calculus/calculus.htm

In this website you will find calculus exercise problems and their solutions.

4. http://www.hippocampus.org/Calculus

This is video based explanations of many concepts beginning with precalculus functions and continuing with calculus.

It is a great website for reviewing precalculus concepts at the beginning of the year. It is very comprehensive.

5. http://www.youtube.com/user/RobbWorld#p/c/4AADFF44443B8E60/0/HEJT-8bXSVI

In this website you will find youtube videos of Robb explaining calculus topics. Many of them are for free.

6. http://designatedderiver.wikispaces.com/

This website contains all kinds of resources including videos. Some of the links found here might be the same as the ones above.

7. http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/.

8. http://www.mscs.dal.ca/~kgardner/History.html.

This is a nice brief history of mathematics and development of calculus.