School is underway and I hope things have settled down for you. You may need a little break, so I suggest you give the Calculus Humor website a look. You‘ll find some humorous things there such as the graph at the top of this post. As the name suggests they are all based on calculus.

Use the “Thru the Year” tab at the top for links to past October posts. This month has posts on the Mean Value Theorem, finding derivatives from tables and graphs, related rate problems and graphing.

The four featured posts directly below this one are the most read from past Octobers. The leader was “Reading the Derivative’s Graph” with over 6,000 hits. This was followed by “Why Radians?” with almost 3,000 hits. The two posts on Related Rates were next with an average of about 500 each.


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