• Calculus III Rapid Learning Series is the 3rd of the three-course calculus sequence (I, II & III), designed typically for math, science and engineering majors or anyone who is required to take three semesters of calculus courses in college. This sequence of three courses cover the single variable and multivariable calculus. If you are required to take only one semester of calculus course, go for our College Calculus - RL411. If you are required to take three semesters of calculus courses, you should take our Calculus I, Calculus II and Calculus III, each represents one-semester of contents sequentially.

    Calculus is the study of how things change. In a first Calculus course, you learn topics such as Limits, Differentiation, and Integration. In Calculus II, you extend your knowledge of Calculus to other types of functions and will learn additional integration and differentiation techniques. In this Calculus III, you will generalize previous techniques to vectors and functions with multiple variables. This means that you are often dealing with higher dimensional objects than before. You'll learn the following main topics:

    1. The Foundation
    2. Vectors, Curves and Surfaces in Space
    3. Vector-Valued Functions
    4. Partial Derivatives
    5. Multiple Integrals
    6. Vector Calculus

    Pre-requisites: (1) Elementary Algebra - RL409 (2) Intermediate Algebra - RL407 (3) Pre-Calculus - RL403. (4) Calculus I - RL414 (5) Calculus II - RL415


  • Calculus II Rapid Learning Series is the second of the three-course calculus sequence (I, II & III), designed typically for math, science and engineering majors or anyone who is required to take three semesters of calculus courses in college. This sequence of three courses covers the single variable and multivariable calculus.

    This Calculus II course includes foundation knowledge, calculus of transcendental functions, integration techniques, differential equations, parametric curves and polar coordinates, infinite sequences and series, with the focus on conceptual understanding and problem solving. You'll learn the following main topics:
    1. The Foundation
    2. Calculus of Transcendental Functions
    3. Integration Techniques
    4. Differential Equations
    5. Parametric Curves and Polar Coordinates
    6. Infinite Sequences and Series
    7. Critical Skills
  • Calculus I Rapid Learning Series is the first of the three-course calculus sequence (I, II & III), designed typically for math, science and engineering majors or anyone who is required to take three semesters of calculus in college. This sequence of three courses covers the single variable and multivariable calculus.

    This Calculus I course includes elementary functions, trigonometry review, concepts of limits, derivatives, integrals and the applications, with the focus on conceptual understanding and problem solving.

    This 24-chapter series provides the comprehensive coverage of traditional college calculus topics for any students who are taking business calculus and calculus for life science, social science and other non-math majors. You'll learn the following main topics:
    1. The Foundation
    2. Functions and Graphs
    3. Limits and Continuity
    4. Derivatives
    5. Integrals
    6. Critical Skills
  • This course is to mirror topics required by the CollegeBoard in AP Calculus AB. The 24-chapter rich-media series will provide an in-depth coverage of each topic visually. The main units in this course are:

    1. The Calculus Foundation
    2. Functions and Graphs
    3. Limits and Continuity
    4. Derivatives
    5. Integrals
    6. Critical Calculus Skills
  • This 24-chapter rapid learning series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical curriculum of Trigonometry. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Basics of Trigonomery
    2. Functions and Graphs
    3. Trigonometry
    4. Analytic Trigonometry
    5. Additional Topics in Trigonometry
    6. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
    7. Analytic Geometry
  • This 24-chapter series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical one year curriculum of Pre-Algebra. It is designed for students who have little or no math background. You will learn the following core units:
    1. Pre-Algebra: The Introduction
    2. Integers, Equations, and Inequalities
    3. Rational Numbers and Proportions
    4. Functions, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Measurement
    5. Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics
    6. Polynomials and Nonlinear Functions

  • This 24-chapter rapid learning series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical curriculum of Geometry. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Foundations of Geometry
    2. Points, Lines, Angles and Planes
    3. Triangles
    4. Figures in the Plane
    5. Circles and Measurements
    6. Advanced Topics
    7. Basic Skills
  • This 24-chapter series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical curriculum of the college statistics course. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Basics of Statistics
    2. Data Analysis
    3. Data Collection and Experiments
    4. Pattern Analysis
    5. Decision Making
    6. Statistical Skills
  • This 24-chapter series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical college-prep curriculum of the intermediate algebra course. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Foundation to Intermediate Algebra
    2. Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems
    3. Quadratic, Polynomial and Rational Functions
    4. Other Nonlinear Functions and Relations
    5. Probability, Data Analysis and Discrete Mathematics
    6. Trigonometry
  • This 24-chapter rapid learning series provides comprehensive coverage of the typical curriculum of algebra at college level and preview of other advanced courses. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Basics
    2. Equations and Inequalities
    3. Functions and Their Graphs
    4. Polynomial and Rational Functions
    5. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
    6. Systems of Equations
    7. Conics
    8. Sequences, Series and Probability
    9. Beyond Algebra
  • This 24-chapter rapid learning series provides comprehensive coverage of the typical one year curriculum of Precalculus. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Basics
    2. Functions and their Graphs
    3. Polynomial and rational functions
    4. Exponential and logarithmic functions
    5. Trigonometry
    6. Analytic Geometry
    7. Additional Topics
  • This 24-chapter series provides comprehensive coverage of the typical one year curriculum of an integrated Algebra 2 at High School level. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Foundation to High School Algebra 2
    2. Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems
    3. Quadratic, Polynomial and Rational Functions
    4. Other Nonlinear Functions and Relations
    5. Probability, Data Analysis and Discrete Mathematics
    6. Trigonometry
  • This 24-chapter series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical college-prep curriculum of elementary algebra course.  You will learn the following topics:

    1. Introduction
    2. Working with Real Numbers
    3. Single Variable Equations
    4. Inequalities
    5. Linear Equations and Inequalities
    6. Systems of Equations
    7. Manipulating Polynomials
    8. Quadratics
    9. Rational & Radical Expressions and Their Applications
    10. Problem Solving
  • This 24-chapter series provides a comprehensive coverage of the typical curriculum of the college calculus course. You will learn the following topics:

    1. The Foundation
    2. Functions and Graphs
    3. Limits and Continuity
    4. Derivatives
    5. Integrals
    6. Critical Skills
  • This 24-chapter series provides comprehensive coverage of the typical one year curriculum of Algebra 1 at High School level.  You will learn the following topics:

    1. Review of Pre-Algebras skills and concepts required for Algebra 1
    2. Working with Real Numbers
    3. Single Variable Equations
    4. Single Variable Inequalities
    5. Linear Equations and Inequalities
    6. Systems of Equations
    7. Manipulating Polynomials
    8. Quadratics
    9. Rational & Radical Expressions and Their Applications
    10. Problem Solving