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- Abel's theorem on convergence of power series
- Absolute value function
- Absolute value of sine function
- Absolutely convergent series
- Accelerated gradient method
- Additively asymptotic functions
- Additively separable function
- Algebra containing all functions of a given algebra containing the identity function and their antiderivatives contains all their iterated antiderivatives
- Alternating series theorem
- Alternating series theorem fails if signs are not strictly alternating
- Alternating series theorem fails if terms are not monotonically decreasing in magnitude
- Analogue of alternating series theorem if magnitude of terms approaches a positive number
- Approximate Newton's method for optimization of a function of multiple variables
- Approximate Newton's method with constant approximate inverse Hessian
- Arc sine function
- Arc tangent function
- Automatic differentiation
- Autonomous delay differential equation
- Basic comparison test
- Bernoulli differential equation
- Bisection method
- Broyden's method for optimization of a function of multiple variables
- Broyden's method for root-finding for a vector-valued function of a vector variable
- Chain rule for differentiation
- Chain rule for higher derivatives
- Chain rule for partial differentiation
- Change of variable substitution
- Circular trap with integration by parts
- Clairaut's equation
- Clairaut's theorem on equality of mixed partials
- College:Product rule for differentiation
- Composite of any function with even function is even
- Composite of even function with odd function is even
- Composite of increasing functions is increasing
- Composite of odd functions is odd
- Composite of two functions
- Concavity of a function
- Concept of equality conditional to existence of one side
- Condition number
- Continuous function
- Continuous functions form a unital algebra
- Continuous functions form a vector space
- Continuous in every linear direction not implies continuous
- Continuous partials implies differentiable
- Continuous partials of a given order implies differentiable that many times
- Conversion of a differential equation to a system of first-order differential equations
- Coordinate descent
- Cosecant function
- Cosine-cubed function
- Cosine-squared function