Calculus X

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Knowvio’s newest app for calculus is now available on the App Store. This great app includes over 30 videos, hundreds of multiple choice questions and clean formula sheets for quick access to all of those calculus identities you need to know.

Currently free for a limited time, download Calculus X today!

The topics currently covered in the app are:

Limits Intuition
Limit Operations
Factoring and Limits
Rationalizing and Limits
The Squeeze Theorem
Vertical Asymptotes
Horizontal Asymptotes
Relative Magnitude
One-Sided Limits
Continuity Intuition
Limit Definition of Continuity
Examples of Continuous Functions
The Composition Theorem
The Intermediate Value Theorem
Derivatives Intuition
Limit Definition of the Derivative
Derivative Operations
The Power Rule
The Quotient Rule
Differentiating Trigonometric Functions
The Chain Rule
Differentiating Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Logarithmic Differentiation
Implicit Differentiation
Tangent Lines
Related Rates
Linear Approximation
Higher Order Derivatives
Maxima and Minima
Optimization
The Mean Value Theorem
L’Hopital’s Rule

More topics that cover integration and differential equations will be coming soon!

2 thoughts on “Calculus X

  • Hi Knowvio! I just recently bought the Physics X app for IOS. I noticed that on your website and on the description of the Physics X app, you note that the Calculus X app is free. I have been trying to download this app for free but unable to do so since the App Store states it to be $4.99. Is this app still for free? Thanks.

    • Hi AP Calc/physics student,

      Thank you for your message! I am sorry about the confusion — this is my fault. The Calculus X was free for the first two weeks, at which point I wrote on the website and app description that it was free. When I switched it to $4.99 I forgot to change this. So, right now, the app is not free. In a few weeks, however, we will be releasing a new version of the app which allows you to download and access the first 5 chapters for free. So look out for that! In the meantime, I hope you continue to enjoy the Physics X app. Please let me know if you have any other comments. Thank you!

      Chris

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