We have added the following course in our website ‘www.learn-easily.com’ to help the students who are studying in science stream in class 11/class 12 (following NCERT syllabus in India like CBSE board, AHSEC and other state boards).

Course name:   Calculus needed for physics & chemistry 

Target students: Class 11,  class 12 and those appearing for entrance exams 

Lessons in the course

Who this course is for:   If you have reached a stage in your education where you have to apply calculus in physics or chemistry this course is just for you. Especially if you do not like mathematics, or you are weak in math, or you want to learn only the essential formulas and concepts of calculus needed for Physics and Chemistry without going into the difficult concepts, then this course is most suitable for you.

How will you benefit:  After completing this course you will be able to use calculus in solving problems of physics and chemistry, wherever needed. 

You will also be able to use calculus in derivations of formulas of physics and chemistry, wherever needed.

How  is this course different  from others:  This course will teach you the essential part of calculus needed to use it in physics and chemistry. 

No unnecessary theory will be taught. This way you will find calculus easy.

Most courses on calculus are taught from the view of mathematics. So concepts like Functions, Limits, etc are taught before teaching calculus. As a result, many students find those courses difficult, and hence find calculus difficult. 

If you learn calculus as taught in this course, you won’t find it difficult to use it in physics and chemistry. 

Please also note that if you want to learn calculus as a part of mathematics,  then this course will not be sufficient. You will need to learn more. This course is for using calculus in physics and chemistry.

Lessons in the course

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Published by Anupal Bharali

First class B.E. in 'Electrical and Electronics Engineering' from BITS-Pilani. Over 25 years of teaching experience on IT, Computer Science and Physics.

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