Age: 16+ High School Full Credit

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Calculus for Everyone teaches Calculus. But it also represents one of the first tangible steps in recent years at reunifying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) with the liberal arts. The goal is to produce a generation of classically educated students who understand the history of math, and will be better equipped to solve problems like our current crisis in Physics.

Dr. Mitch Stokes presents the mathematics of change in an extremely effective way for anyone with a first-year course in algebra. Yet it does so without dumbing calculus down.

Beautifully designed with over 600 hand-drawn illustrations in the textbook and a video curriculum with hand-drawn exercises walking students methodically through the course, this curriculum seeks to mend the broken relationship between the liberal arts and STEM, between science and the humanities.

Course Objectives:

Throughout the course, students will:

  1. Learn about the need for calculus and its historical development.
  2. Learn the general concept of function and its applications to real-world situations.
  3. Learn to work with algebraic functions and their applications in applied problems.
  4. Learn the concepts of the derivative and its underlying concepts.
  5. Learn to calculate derivative for various type of functions using definition and rules.
  6. Apply the concept of derivative to completely analyze graph of a function.
  7. Learn about various applications of the derivative
  8. Learn about anti-derivative and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and its applications.
  9. Learn to use concept of integration to evaluate geometric area and solve other applied problems.

Physical Books Required: Calculus for Everyone by Mitch Stokes and the accompanying Answer Key and Exercise Solutions. See the “Materials” tab above for more information.

Credit: 1 HS Mathematics

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About Instructor

Mitch Stokes

Dr. Stokes (PhD, Notre Dame) is a senior fellow of philosophy at New St. Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. In addition to studying philosophy under world-renowned philosopher Alvin Plantinga, Stokes holds degrees in philosophy, religion and mechanical engineering, and holds five patents in aeroderivative gas turbine technology. He is the author of Calculus for Everyone (Roman Roads Press), books on apologetics, and biographies of Newton and Galileo.

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Course Includes

  • 32 Lessons
  • 110 Steps
  • Course Certificate

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