Understanding Domain and Range Part 2

In the previous post, we have learned the graphical representation of domain and range. The domain of the function is the shadow or projection of the graph of to the x-axis (see red segment in the figure below). The range of is the projection of the graph of to the y-axis (see green segment in […]
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Understanding Domain and Range Part 1

The domain of a function is the set of x-coordinates of the points in the function. The range of the function f is the set of y-coordinates of the points in the function. So if we have a function f with points (-3, -2), (-1, 3), (2, 3), and (5,4), then the domain of the […]
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Book Review: The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems

I bought this book a year ago as a refresher of Calculus and as of now, I am almost finished reading it. I think what separates this book from the rest are the numerous worked examples (well, 1000 of them) with detailed solutions and explanations. Additional pointers and explanations in layman’s words are provided as notes. […]
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