Calculus Methods: Gradients and First Principles
Calculus Methods: Gradients and First Principles

Calculus Methods: Gradients and First Principles

by Batool Akmal

Get started with Calculus!

Calculus is based on minimums and maximums, and is applied in a number of scientific fields, like medicine and architecture. Estimating growths or surfaces can easily be done using calculus.

Join Batool Akmal, an experienced college and A-level teacher from Cardiff, Wales, as she explains the basics of Calculus.

This course will teach you:

  • Basic knowledge of calculus
  • Gradients of lines and curves
  • First calculus methods
  • General rules
  • Challenges to deepen your knowledge

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Course Details

  • Videos 7
  • Duration 0:36 h
  • Quiz questions 9
  • Concept Pages 0

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Your Educators of course Calculus Methods: Gradients and First Principles

 Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal is the founder of A-level Maths Cardiff; a mathematics tuition and revision company in Wales, UK.
She obtained her Mathematics and Physics Degree, and Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Cardiff University.
She was the Director of the Honours Programme at St. David’s Catholic College from 2012 to 2016 and Head of Numeracy from 2017-2019.
Within Lecturio, Batool Akmal teaches courses on Calculus.


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By Charles P. on 09. July 2019 for Calculus Methods: Gradients and First Principles

I have trouble reading the instructor's writing at times which makes following the equations difficult.

 
This is a very great from of lecturing, well explained and user friendly.
By Taiwo A. on 16. November 2018 for First Principles – Calculus Methods

Succinctly theorized. This is a very great from of lecturing, well explained and user friendly.

 
a very good explanation
By Anna B. on 06. March 2017 for Gradients of Straight and Curved Lines

the explanation was very clear , i've understood it very quickly , the vidéo is realy well done .

 
it was great
By lucie I. on 23. November 2016 for Gradients and First Principles: Exercise 3

it was great, everything was explained. At the end it completely made sense to me.