Allow me to summarize my recollections of The Calculus:
- One must always refer to it as "The Calculus," never just "calculus."
- The first derivative is the instantaneous rate of change, i.e. the velocity.
- The second derivative is the instantaneous rate of change in the velocity, i.e. accelleration. Etc, etc.
- Laplace transforms are a much easier way to compute derivatives.
- I have no recollection of how to use the Laplace transform.
Thats pretty much it, in a nutshell. I suspect that had the modern web existed back then, my calculus classes would have been different but my retention of the material decades later would be about the same.