Limits can be used even when we know the value when we get there! Nobody said they are only for difficult functions.
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Lec 1 - Introduction to Limits (HD)
Lec 3 - Limit Examples (part 1)
Lec 4 - Limit Examples (part 2)
Lec 5 - Limit Examples (part3)
Lec 6 - Limit Examples w/ brain malfunction on first prob (part 4)
Lec 10 - Sequences and Series (part 1)
Lec 11 - Sequences and series (part 2)
Lec 14 - Binomial Theorem (part 1)
Lec 15 - Binomial Theorem (part 2)
Lec 16 - Binomial Theorem (part 3)
Lec 17 - Introduction to interest
Lec 19 - Introduction to compound interest and e
Lec 20 - Compound Interest and e (part 2)
Lec 21 - Compound Interest and e (part 3)
Lec 22 - Compound Interest and e (part 4)
Lec 27 - Parametric Equations 1
Lec 28 - Parametric Equations 2
Lec 29 - Parametric Equations 3
Lec 30 - Parametric Equations 4
Lec 31 - Introduction to Function Inverses
Lec 32 - Function Inverse Example 1
Lec 33 - Function Inverses Example 2
Lec 34 - Function Inverses Example 3
Lec 35 - Basic Complex Analysis
Lec 36 - Exponential form to find complex roots
Lec 38 - Series Sum Example-Precalculus
Lec 39 - Complex Determinant Example
Lec 40 - 2003 AIME II Problem 8
Lec 42 - Vi and Sal Explore How We Think About Scale
Lec 43 - Vi and Sal Talk About the Mysteries of Benford's Law
Lec 44 - Benford's Law Explanation (Sequel to Mysteries of Benford's Law)