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Dear participants,

Learning “Calculus” is fun. Besides learning the conceptual and procedural knowledge related to each Calculus topic, we will also provide you with an online-game-based platform so you will get more hands-on experience and become familiar with real-life problem applications. As you will see below, many animations, useful cursor buttons and other items are embedded in these two exercise sets to provide you with a self-learning experience. Moreover, if two students are available you may choose to work together or individually using the game theory strategies. Through solving different types of problems in a real time mode, students can learn from each other, exchange ideas through the chat box and discuss the problems through Zoom. Typically, after you have finished these exercise sets, if you gave any incorrect answers, we also provide you with a few extra problem sets to polish your problem solving skills through a recommendation system. Please read the instructions before taking any action.

We sincerely hope you enjoy working on these exercises and have as much fun as we do!

Please visit this site from time to time. You will find the latest developments and applications of Calculus and surprises when you work on these project questions.

After first looking at/checking out the two projects below, please help us by doing two separate surveys. The surveys are located on the same websites as the exercise sets.

The survey only takes one minute!

Thank you very much!

Yours truly,

The Calculus of Project Teams







List of topics

Calculus Game Play



Continuity and Differentiability


Indefinite Integrals

Definite Integrals

Dear Students,

Our aim here is to provide you with an alternative way of learning Calculus based on questioning!

Each set is designed using different types of questioning techniques that are embedded in the Calculus problems.

These questioning types are:

  • 1. Sahin and Kulm's questioning types
  • 2. Walsh and Satters's questioning types
  • 3. Mason's questioning types

These questions are solved using a cooperation and competition learning mode. In other words, two players acting like they are playing a game, work together or individually to solve Calculus problems.

Or you can directly solve each problem.

For further information and guidelines, please visit the link below or visit the the site here.

After looking at/checking out this site, please click the link below and help us by doing a quick one-minute survey:

Questionnaire for Calculus Game Play Students

The survey only takes one minute!

Thank you very much!

Yours truly,

The Calculus Project Teams

Lab Assignments

Please click the links below to download the lab assignment and check its suggested solutions.

Homework Assignments

Please click the links below to download the homework assignment and check its suggested solutions.

Examination Schedule

Please note that

Schedule of final examination is:

Important dates to remember \( \cdots \)
Date & Time: December 14, from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Room: Yasumoto International Academic Park LT7

Course Calendar

The Calculus Project Teams, Department of Mathematics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong.