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Using integration by parts on integral (1/x), I prove that 1 equals 0. This was a proof done by my calculus teacher 5 years ago in 11th grade. Just thought I would share it with you guys :P Post your reasons for why this happened.
4 Jan 2008
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Solution to problem 12.2 #6 in Stewart Calculus
23 May 2009
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Problem from Stewart's Calculus (5th edition) section 12.
14 Mar 2008
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Solution to problem 12.2.3 in Stewart's Calculus book
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Solution to the problem 12.3.3 in Stewart's Calculus (5th edition)
23 Oct 2008
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application of integration, application of integral calculus, finding the area using integration
4 Apr 2008
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This lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, you will learn how to evaluate inverse trig functions by hand or with a graphing calculator such that you can solve equations that include these functions.
2 Dec 2008
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Watch Full lesson here: *******www.mindbites****/lesson/855-c... This lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, you will learn about the existence of trigonometric inverse functions when the domain is restricted.
3 Dec 2008
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his lesson is part of a series: Calculus In this lesson, we will work on solving antidifferentiation problems involving composite trigonometric functions using the substitution method to solve for the integral.
7 Dec 2008
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An extra credit project for my AP Calc BC class Lyrics: Rizzotti, this one's for you. I love calculus remix. I love Calc but hate extreme values Finishin problem sets and crushing pencils King of my class I do everyones homework But this doesnt mean that Im a complete dork Some would say that I have no life Cause all I do is find the rate of change and derive Am I out my mind most people say probly But math is my savior so I destroy the answer key. Calculus is the study of change, Sometimes you gotta find the domain and range Derivative of cos, is negative sin That is the slope of the tangent line. The product rule is what we do in BC U V prime plus U prime V Use the quotient rule when you have a line V U prime minus U V prime Then you gotta put this over V squared. You better know this or youll be unprepared. These are a couple ways of finding derivatives But there are some alternatives The sandwich theorem and Lhopitals rule These are some things that you learn in school The area under a curve in a situation Simpson's Rule is the expectation. I cant sleep because my english teach Keeps assignin essays due at the end of each week. But little does he know Im skippin that day To get a perfect score on the Math SAT Hes mad, Id rather sketch graphs than their lesson plans But sit me down askin do you get the message sayin This is your life came to school to get right Nah, Calc is my sun and youre blocking my light My name is S,H to the A, N, E So calc AB im in BC. Talkin about ti-83 upgrades I cant see the haters no more I feel great I love Calc but hate extreme values Finishin problem sets and crushing pencils King of my class I do everyones homework But this doesnt mean that Im a complete dork Some would say that I have no life Cause all I do is find the rate of change and derive Am I out my mind most people say probly But math is my savior so I destroy the answer key.
31 Dec 2009
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7 Aug 2011
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This video shows you how to determine the infinite limit of a function. This video is part 9 of series of tutorial videos on limits in calculus.
16 Dec 2011
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This video shows you how to calculate limit laws in calculus. It is part 3 of a series of videos. This video solves the following problems. 1.Limit(x^4 + x -3) 2.Lim((3*x^3 + 3)/(x^2 + 2*x)) 3.Limit((65 + x^3)^(1/2)) 4.lim((x^4 - x^3 - 4)^(1/2))
17 Dec 2011
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