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 ...

Use limits to test Continuity! We check if the function exits, the limit from left and right exist, and they are all match!

We can use Theorems together with algebra tricks to find limits that have the indeterminate 0/0 form.

To find the limit, we turn to the conjugate once more!