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Inverse Funtions f ^-1 (y) and the Logarithm x = ln y

Calculus is about change. One function tells how quickly another function is changing. Professor Strang shows how calculus applies to ordinary life situations.

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Highlights of Calculus

Highlights of Calculus

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