Real functions with types, limits and continuity, derivatives, indefinite as well as definite integral, applications to differentiation and integration, simple first order differential equations. 
Analytic geometry in the plane. Elementary functions. Algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic relations. 
To reinforce the concepts of calculus like the connectivity of a behavior, the rate of change of a phenomena, extrema of a relation, composition and inverse of multiple operations, the concept of convergence and clustering in sequential steps, the concept of integration as accumulation with its vast applicability, etc.. By inducing further experimental formation, we will have satisfied the three basic objectives of calculus reform sought worldwide, namely the theoretical, the graphical and the visual aspect of such a rich subject. By completing the course, the student will have acquired a professional skill in handling phenomenal variations. It will enable him to master the vocabulary of the subject by grasping the fundamental concepts treated in calculus and treated by calculus. 
Elementary logic, sets and real numbers, algebraic and order properties, Cartesian product, relations. Functions with classifications, geometric properties, algebraic versus transcendental, exponential, circular and hyperbolic functions, compositions of functions; inverse functions with graphing, logarithmic functions. Limits and continuity, calculus of limits of sequences and functions, onesided limit, infinitevalued limits and asymptotes, squeeze theorem, global properties of continuous functions, intermediate and extreme value theorems. Derivatives and derivation rules, differentials, derivatives of inverse, composite and implicit functions, repeated differentiation. Applications of the derivative: Meanvalue theorem and Taylor's expansion, series and relevant convergence tests, power series, indeterminate forms and de L'Hopital rule, 2nd derivatives and convexity, functions extrema and sketch of graphs. Primitives with properties, simple differential equations. Integration by substitution, trigonometric integrals, integration by parts and reduction formulae, trigonometric substitutions and integration by partial fractions. The definite integral with properties, the integral mean value theorem, the Riemann sum with conditions of integration. Fundamental theorem of calculus and case of improper integrals. 
1. Ernest F. Haeussler, Jr., Richard S. Paul, Richard Wood: Introductory Mathematical Analysis, for Business, Economics and Social Sciences, 11th edition,, Pearson, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, USA, 20052. George B. Thomas et al: Thomas' Calculus, 11th edition, Pearson, Addison Wesley, Boston, USA, 2005 
It is suggested that the exercises connected to the videolessons be carried out. During the course group and individual exercises will be organized. 
