Definite Integrals & The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
These things may have intimidating names, but they're about the easiest thing you're going to see this year! For the sake of non-confusion, we won't be using U-substitution on these.
Positive vs Negative Area
Strangely, even though area can't be negative in the physical world, it happens with integrals all the time. This video is all about when to worry about that, when it's okay, and how to make it better.
This is a quick video about how you can manipulate integrals. Kind of like exponent rules and log properties, definite integrals can be combined, added, subtracted, etc. in a specific type of problem I'll show you that most teachers use.
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