More Integral Exchange: Integration By Parts
In this integration instructional activity, students explore methods of integration and explore integration by substitution. This two-page instructional activity contains examples, explanations, and six multi-step problems.
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Introduction to Calculus
This heady calculus text covers the subjects of differential and integral calculus with rigorous detail, culminating in a chapter of physics and engineering applications. A particular emphasis on classic proof meshes with modern graphs,...
11th - Higher Ed Math CCSS: Adaptable
Integration and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus | Essence of Calculus, Chapter 8
Integrate a great resource into your lesson plans. The eighth video in an 11-part series explains integration and the relationship between derivatives and integrals. The relationship between a car's velocity and its travel distance helps...
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Properties of the Definite Integral
What are the properties that can be associated with the definite integral? The AP Calculus video lists nine properties of the definite integral and provides explanations of why the properties hold for integrals in language that is simple...
8 mins 11th - Higher Ed Math
Solving Integrals Using Substitution
The concept of solving integrals by substitution with trigonometric functions is modeled by a video designed for AP Calculus classes. The narrator works an example problem using substitution and shows that careful substitution makes...
3 mins 11th - Higher Ed Math
Natural Log Function-Integration
One of the strongest tools in integration is u-substitution, particularly when working with natural logs. In this step-by-step video presentation, a pleasant-voiced instructor walks through a number of integration problems. She begins...
9 mins 11th - Higher Ed Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Properties of Definite Integrals
Close your eyes and visualize a definite integral. An interactive provides a visualization of a function and definite integral on a closed interval. Pupils move one point of the interval in either the positive or negative direction....
11th - Higher Ed Math