CLP-1 Differential Calculus textbook
- This textbook covers single variable Differential Calculus.
CLP-1 Differential Calculus problem book
- This collection of problems has been written for UBC differential calculus courses
- They are relevant to most Calculus-I courses.
- Many of the problems were taken from old exams, midterm tests and quizzes.
- Please read the “how to use this book” section carefully before you start working.
CLP-1 Differential Calculus combined text with exercises
- This combines the textbook and problem book into a single text available in two formats.
- The html version which is easily read on a laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
- The PDF version is also provided.
- The actual word-on-the-page is the same in all the versions.
- The combined version was produced using PreTeXt
If you find a mistake
- Go to the Bug Bounty page and check the errata list to see if has already been found.
- If you are a UBC student then you might qualify for a gift card - see the Bug Bounty page
- Otherwise if you find an error in the notes then please send an email to email@example.com. Please include
- a description of the error,
- the page number and any additional information that will help us locate the error (such as an example number),
- and the compile date of the version - this will be on the front page of the PDF.
- Please send comments or requests to the same address.
- If the problem concerns the mobile text only, then please make that clear in your email.
A dated list of changes to these texts can be found here.
CLP-1 source files
- The source files for CLP-1 (all formats) are posted on GitHub and licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License
CLP-1 Lecture Slides:
- Slides for use in lectures that follow the CLP-1 text.
- Instructors: full versions of the slides (for use in class, with all the “clicks”), and the corresponding source files, are available on a GitHub repository and are licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License. All slides use LaTeX’s Beamer class. The ReadMe there has more information on customizing and compiling them.
- Students: all slides here have default content. If your instructor modifies the slides for your class, the changed versions will not show up here. Look at your class materials for download links.
- Slides formatted for note-taking come in three versions. The actual word-on-the-page is the same in all versions. All are condensed, omitting extraneous “clicks,” and have blank space for working on questions in class.
- Section-by-section files for annotating are in a zipped folder. Filenames correspond to sections in the text. This is the most straightforward version to use if you want to take notes in class on a tablet or laptop.
- Week-by-week files for annotating are in a zipped folder. There are 11 files, corresponding to roughly one week of content each. Filenames tell you which section(s) are included. If you want to manage fewer individual files, and don’t mind fairly large PDFs, download this version. Since Sections 1.7 and 1.8 are marked as optional, these are not included in the week-by-week files. Check with your course syllabus to learn whether you will be covering these sections.
- The file StudentWorkbook.pdf combines all sections (except the optional 1.7 and 1.8) into one printable file. If you don’t want to take notes on a computer, you can print this out at the beginning of the term. Most copy shops will bind printouts into a book for a relatively low price.