Below is the complete list of videos we have created at the college. This list exists mainly for archival purposes  all these videos are integrated on their corresponding topic pages, which you can also find by searching for the tag “champlainvideo”.

1.2.1 Introduction to the concept of limits (duration: 9m30s, appears here)

1.2.2 Evaluating limits using a graph (duration: 9m52s, appears here)

1.4.1 Finding the derivative of a function given its graph (duration: 7m40s, appears here)

1.7.1 Properties of continuous functions (duration: 10m23s, appears here)

1.7.2 Limits of a piecewise function (duration: 6m39s, appears here)

1.7.3 Determining continuity of a piecewise function (duration: 7m1s, appears here)

2.1.6 Simplifying before differentiating (duration: 5m1s, appears here)

2.3.1 (commerce) Introduction to the Product Rule (duration: 6m25s, appears here)

2.3.2 (commerce) Applying the Product Rule Using Graphical Representation of Functions (duration: 6m50s, appears here)

2.4.1 Trigonometric functions and their derivatives (duration: 11m41s, appears here):

2.5.1 Chain rule versions of differentiation rules (duration: 13m, appears here)

2.5.2 (commerce) Chain Rule unotation (duration: 9m28s, appears here)

2.5.3 (commerce) Combining the Chain Rule with the Product or the Quotient Rule (duration: 4m13s, appears here)

2.5.8 Applied example (tides) involving the differentiation of a trigonometric function (duration: 10m35s, appears here)

2.6.1 Inverse Functions (duration: 12m29s, appears here)

2.6.2 The derivative of inverse functions (duration: 14m56s, appears here)

2.6.4 The Derivative of the Natural Logarithmic Function (duration: 9m40s, appears here)

2.7.1 Implicit differentiation  Part 1 (duration: 12m38s, appears here)

2.7.2 Implicit differentiation  Part 2 (duration: 5m43s, appears here)

2.8.1 Indeterminate products (duration: 9m8s, appears here)

2.8.1(b) An Introduction to l’Hopital’s Rule with a Graphical Approach (duration: 10m53s, appears here)

2.8.2 Indeterminate powers (duration: 5m5s, appears here and here):

2.8.4. Applying l’Hopital’s Rule and limits of the form 0 x infinity (duration: 9m10s, appears here)

2.8.5 Finding Horizontal Asymptotes With or Without l’Hopital’s Rule (duration: 6m17s, appears here)

2.9.1 Using conjugates to evaluate limits (duration: 7m40s, appears here)

2.9.2 The limit of a composite function (duration: 4m7s, appears here)

2.9.3 Composite functions, continuity, and limits (duration: 5m15s, appears here)

3.1.1 The second derivative test (duration: 8m59s, appears here)

3.2.4 Graphing Families of functions Using an Optimization Problem (duration: 18m29s, appears here)

3.3.1 Rolle’s theorem and the mean value theorem (duration: 9m33s, appears here)

3.3.4 Global Optimization on a Closed Interval (duration: 4m28s, appears here)

3.3.5 Global Optimization Example: Maximizing Revenues (duration: 2m3s, appears here)

3.3.6 Global Optimization Example: Maximizing Area (duration: 4m28s, appears here)

3.3.7 Optimization on an Open Interval  Strategies (duration: 4m44s, appears here)

3.3.8 Optimization on an Open Interval  Applying Different Strategies on an Example (duration: 7m19s, appears here)

3.4.1 Optimization : fencing problem (duration: 12m4s, appears here)

3.4.4 (commerce) Optimization with two variables for commerce students (duration: 6m36s, appears here)

9.1.1 The Cost, Revenue, and Profit Functions (duration: 5m59s, appears here)

9.1.2 The Marginal Cost Function and Interpreting the Derivative (duration: 7m2s, appears here)

9.1.3 Introduction to Elasticity of Demand and its Interpretation (duration: 13m7s, appears here)

9.1.4 Elasticity of Demand and Maximizing Revenues (duration: 8m18s, appears here)

9.1.5. Related Rates and Implicit differentiation (duration: 9m48s, appears here)