Not all functions can take any number. The set of numbers that the function can accept is called a domain. Here we review how to analyze a function to find its domain.
Wednesday, July 12, 2023
Friday, August 5, 2022
Some Algebra of Calculus
Saturday, February 19, 2022
Volume of a Solid (Washer method) Example.
SFHS students can follow this link: https://www.deltamath.com/app/assignment/15468561
Everyone can download a pdf at mathorama.com
Intro to Volumes of Revolution: Disk Method
Everyone can download a pdf at mathorama.com
Thursday, December 2, 2021
More definite Integrals and Area under a Curve (4.4 p 293 # 62)
More Definite Integrals and the Area Under a Curve (4.4 p 293 # 62)
Friday, November 26, 2021
MVT for Integrals, 1st FTC, and 2nd FTC Proofs
Section 4.4 is chock full of gold. There is a lot there, so the video lets you take it in.
Here are the Subjects by Time:
0:00  The MVT for integrals (Average Value Thm) & AVERAGE VALUEs
4:20  An example with f(x) =6 and a curious observation
6:24 The First Fundamental Theorem Proof
11:16  An Example of FTC1
12:51  "Net Change Theorem" version of FTC1 with a "word problem" example
15:27 The Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus with for examples
19:05  The End
Sunday, October 17, 2021
Summer Topic: Domains
Not all functions can take any number. The set of numbers that the function can accept is called a domain. Here we review how to analyze a ...

Not all functions can take any number. The set of numbers that the function can accept is called a domain. Here we review how to analyze a ...

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