# Summary of Adaptations

# Full Resource Adaptations

Across all chapters of the resource, the following changes were made (where necessary):

- Edited all mathematical notations to have them appear in LaTex
- Created and added H5P activities for end-of-section reviews
- Added solution drop-downs for select exercises
- Imported embedded videos and applets from the original source
- Added content for introductions, additional examples per introduction, and chapter review exercises
- Added “Review Problems” and “Brief Answers to Selected Review Problems”
- Added learning objectives for each section – some from OpenStax
*Calculus*and some written from scratch

- Added a list of vocabulary at the end of each section – some from OpenStax
*Calculus*and some written from scratch - Enabled glossary term functionality
- Consistently colored textboxes throughout
- Added Heading 1 to main parts of the table of contents
- Minor removal and reordering of content for flow and clarity
- Adjusted some language for clarity
- Images on introductions captioned for accessibility – same captions provided from source; alt-tag used as provided from source

# Chapter-Specific Changes

**Chapter 2: Limits and the Derivative**

- “Chapter 2: The Derivative” was split into “Chapter 2: Limits and the Derivative” and “Chapter 3: Applications of the Derivative”

**Chapter 3: Applications of the Derivative**

- “Introduction to Applications of the Derivative” is not the original introduction from Calculus, Volume 1 (OpenStax) – part of it is from Introduction; part from 4.7 – Applied Optimization Problems
- “Elasticity of Demand” added tangent line approximation content
- Section changed to “Section 3.5: Other Applications”

**Chapter 4: The Integral**

- “Chapter 3: The Integral” was made chapter 4
- “Additional Integration Techniques” was fully removed
- “Area, Volume, and Average Value” removed area and volume content; kept average value and added the net change theorem
- Section changed to “Section 4.5: Average Value and the Net Change Theorem”