Calc resources?

<p>How it going people. </p>

<p>So I'm currently in Calc 2 (integrals and the like), and I need your help. I got an A- on the first midterm (out of two), but I haven't been doing too well on quizzes recently. My professor is, quite frankly, inept to teach the subject. She is a nice lady but she makes mistakes on every example she does on the board, and the class has degenerated from us learning to us trying to figure out what she did wrong on the board. </p>

<p>Does anyone know of any resources that they could recommend? I love, but his material on integration stops short a tad of where my textbook is going. So if anyone here could point me in the direction of some resources they've used that have helped, I'd appreciate it a lot (video tutorials, anything).</p>

<p>Thanks for the help.</p>

<p>Pauls online math notes could help</p>

<p> Wonderful site full of easy-to-follow explanations and examples. All free too.</p>

<p>Possibly MIT Opencourseware, as well.</p>

<p>Wolframalpha can solve basically any calculus problem, and even includes steps to solving the problem you type in. It works well with integrals.</p>

<p>Patrick Jones’ Videos</p>

<p>I know this doesn’t help, but I JUST deleted like 8 links on my bookmarks that had all this math help.</p>

<p>I vaguely remember it was stuff on sites from UC Davis, University of Utah, and a few other schools.</p>

<p>Paul’s Notes confused me. I used YouTube a lot!</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>