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# Calculators Limits
Introduction to Derivatives
More with Derivatives
Analyzing Functions
Integrals
Applications of Integration
Differential Equations
Limits
Introduction to Derivatives
More with Derivatives
Analyzing Functions
Integrals
Applications of Integration
Differential Equations
Limits
Introduction to Derivatives
More with Derivatives
Analyzing Functions
Integrals
Applications of Integration
Differential Equations

## Function Calculators

Use this calculator to find the domain and range of a function.
Use this calculator to find the discontinuities of a function.
The Function Analyzer provides a variety of information like roots, derivatives, integrals, and more.
Use this calculator to find the inverse of a function.

## Compute

Use this calculator to compute limits. Use $$+$$ or $$-$$ to indicate a one-sided limit. Use $$+$$ infinity or $$-$$ infinity to indicate a limit involving infinity.
Use this calculator to find the cusps or corners of a function.
Use this calculator to compute the $$n^{th}$$ order derivative of a function.
Use this calculator to find $$n^{th}$$ order derivative at a point.
Use this calculator to find a tangent or normal lines at a certain point on a function.
Use this calculator to implicit derivatives.
Use this calculator to find either the critical points or the inflection points of a function.
Use this calculator to compute the location of extrema.
Use this calculator to optimize functions.
Use this calculator to find the Riemann sum of a function.
Use this calculator to compute indefinite integrals with respect to any variable.
Use this calculator to compute definite integrals with respect to any variable.
Use this calculator to find the volume or surface area of a revolution.

## Compute

Use this calculator to compute indefinite integrals with respect to any variable.
Use this calculator to compute definite integrals with respect to any variable.
Use this calculator to find the partial fractions of a rational function.
Use this calculator to find the Taylor series of a function

## Expression Shortcuts

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$$\sqrt{r}$$
sqrt()
$$\sqrt{r}$$
cbrt()
$$\sqrt[n]{r}$$
nth root ()
$$\sin\left(r\right)$$
sin()
$$\cos\left(r\right)$$
cos()
$$\tan\left(r\right)$$
tan()
$$\csc\left(r\right)$$
csc()
$$\sec\left(r\right)$$
sec()
$$\cot\left(r\right)$$
cot()
$$\sin^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
sin^-1()
$$\cos^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
cos^-1()
$$\tan^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
tan^-1()
$$\csc^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
csc^-1()
$$\sec^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
sec^-1()
$$\cot^{-1}\left(r\right)$$
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