Calculus is a well-integrated off-road vehicle. It is manufactured by Leibniz and Co., the very company that brought us see-through bathrobes and other essential amenities. The engine that powers calculus is the limit.
Archimedes is credited with the invention of calculus. He formulated it while looking for a way to cut himself into "infinitely many" pieces. In one sense, it was a smashing success.
Calculus is fueled by the blood of like a trillion undergraduates. Traditionally the driver of calculus is the one entrusted with this awesome power. At present, the driver is Gregarious Joe Thompson. He is a native of the planet F Prime.
Common Errors to Avoid
- Don't necessitate the integral.
- Don't resist the lure of a feisty derivative
- Don't ask the integral for summation notation when losing poorly
- Always know the answer is probably A