# 1,001 Calculus Practice Problems for Dummies

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Calculus is tough, and to get it right you need to practice, practice, practice. Look no further than this handy guide―it’s chock-full of practice problems! As a required course for many college majors, calculus often inspires dread. Fear not! With 1,001 practice problems that run the gamut―from a review of algebra and trig to the most complex integrals―you’ll be armed with the perfect study guide to get the practice you need, complete with step-by-step answer explanations for every problem. Practice makes perfect, so dive in today to ace your calculus class!

Let’s review ― get ready by refreshing your knowledge of algebra and trigonometry

Take it to the limit ― dive into questions on limits and rates of change, including questions on infinite limits, limits at infinity, and continuity

Derivatives and more ― use basic derivative questions to get up and running quickly

Integrals and integration ― master integrals with a host of questions and full explanations

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