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Introduction to Integration
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page 254 #1-7, 10-13, 14, 17
Page 256 #1,4,6
Page 257 #1, 4
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Calculating Area)
page 302 #1-8 (They are looking
for GROSS area)
Finding The Area Between TWO Curves:
Due: May 21st
More Finding Area!...This time the finding the area bound between 2 curves.
Before we start, let's remind ourselves why we are so interested in finding area?
Because it's actually a super practical thing! Click on the application below to remind yourself of how awesome area is.
For the next batch of problems only do:
You can (and should) use your graphing calculator or an online graphing utility to graph the functions and bounded area before you begin
Integration With Respect to y
page 327 (good notes)
More Advanced integration techniques: Integration by parts.
Due: May 26th
So far our ability to integrate functions
is very limited. we can integrate simple polynomials, trig functions, and not much else.
Here we will take a look at a techique to integrate functions that are multiplied together like:
page 273: #1-9
Use the integral table to assist you
(In the other resources section)
Print off and use this Integral Table.
Handy to have when you're working
Integration by U-Substitution
Volume - Disk Method
Due: June 2nd
Volume - Washer Method
Read page 337 (excellent presentation of this method)
page 338 #1-5
page 339 Example-great!
page 240 #1-3
Differential Equations - The last section of new material! Yeah!
Due: June 8th
Page 354 #1-5, 7
Differential Equations - Applications
Due: June 8th
Page 359 #1-4
That's it! we're done almost done
Look for a"Self-Exam" posted
Calculus 12 Course - Self Exam
Avoid the following on the Limits Exam: #17,34,42, and second#11