Calculus 1 Online Lessons (Math 1151)

There are online and hybrid sections of Math 1151 where the students have online, interactive lessons for each topic instead of the traditional in-person lectures.  To benefit all Math 1151 students, the MSLC is making these online, interactive lessons available on their website to all students. 

*If you are enrolled in Flipped and Flexible Math 1151: Please note that doing the lessons listed below will not count towards your grade. You must access the online lessons in Carmen in order to receive a grade. 

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Precalculus Review

What is a Limit?

Limit Laws

Indeterminate Forms

Using Limits to Detect Asymptotes

Continuity and the Intermediate Value Theorem

An application of limits

Definition of the derivative

Derivatives as functions

Rules of differentiation

Product rule and quotient rule

Chain rule

Higher order derivatives and graphs

Implicit differentiation

Logarithmic differentiation

Derivatives of inverse functions

Related Rates

Maximums and minimums

Concepts and Computations of graphing functions

Mean Value Theorem

Linear approximation


L’Hospital’s Rule


Approximating Area

Definite Integrals

Antiderivatives and area

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Applications of integrals




Lessons aligned with Briggs: Calculus For Scientists and Engineers (OSU Edition):

OSU has recently switched textbooks for Calculus 1.  Here are the versions  that aligned with our previous textbook.

Lesson 1: Pre-Calculus Review (Briggs Chapter 1)

Lesson 2: The Idea of Limits (Briggs Section 2.1)

Lesson 3: Definition of Limits (Briggs Section 2.2)

Lesson 4: Limit Laws (Briggs Section 2.3)

Lesson 5: Infinite Limits (Briggs Section 2.4)

Lesson 6: Limits at Infinity (Briggs Section 2.5)

Lesson 7: Continuity (Briggs Section 2.6)

Lesson 8: Definition of the Derivative (Briggs 3.1)

Lesson 9: Working with the Derivative (Briggs 3.2)

Lesson 10: Basic Derivative Rules (Briggs 3.3)

Lesson 11: Product and Quotient Rules (Briggs 3.4)

Lesson 12: Derivatives of Trig Function (Brigg 3.5)

Lesson 13: Derivatives as Rates of Changes (Briggs 3.6)

Lesson 14: The Chain Rule (Briggs 3.7)

Lesson 15: Implicit Differentiation (Briggs 3.8)

Lesson 16: Derivatives of Logs and Exp Functions (Briggs 3.9)

Lesson 17: Derivatives of Inverse Trig Functions (Briggs 3.10)

Lesson 18: Related Rates

Lesson 19: Maxima and Minima (Briggs 4.1)

Lesson 20: What Derivatives Tell Us (Briggs 4.2)

Lesson 21: Graphing Functions (Briggs 4.3)

Lesson 22: Optimization (Briggs 4.4)

Lesson 23: Linear Approximation (Briggs 4.5)

Lesson 24: Mean Value Theorem (Briggs 4.6)

Lesson 25: L'Hopital's Rule (Briggs 4.7)

Lesson 26: Anti-Derivatives (Briggs 4.9)

Lesson 27: Area Under Curves (Briggs 5.1)

Lesson 28: Definite Integrals (Briggs 5.2)

Lesson 29: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Briggs 5.3)

Lesson 30: Working with Integrals (Briggs 5.4)

Lesson 31: U-Substitution (Briggs 5.5)

Lesson 32: Velocity, Net Change, and Future Value (Briggs 6.1)