• 3/11-3/14

    Posted by David Rau on 3/11/2019

    3/11

    3/12

    Today we continued talking about the area between functions

     

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  • 3/4-3/8

    Posted by David Rau on 3/4/2019

    3/4

    Today we discussed Position, velocity, and acceleration with integration techniques. 

    Notes

    CW/HW: Khan: motion problems (integral calc), interpretting motion integrals

     

    3/5

    Today we continued to discuss PVA and integration by completing the notes

    Notes

     

    3/6

    Today we worked on completing our assignments

     

    3/7-3/8

    Today we introduced the idea of finding the area between curves

    Area notes

     

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  • 2/25-3/1

    Posted by David Rau on 2/25/2019

    2/25

    Today we looked at word problems involving differential equations and exponential models

    Notes

     

    2/26

    Today we looked at more problems involving differential equations and their particular solutions

    Khan work day

     

    2/27 

    Here is the study guide for differential equations

    SG

    SG answers!

     

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  • 2/19-2/22

    Posted by David Rau on 2/18/2019

    2/19

    Today we introduced differential equations. 

    Notes

    2 Khan's: writing D.E.'s, verifying D.E.'s

     

    2/20

    Today we looked at slope fields of differential equations

    slope field notes

    2 khan's: slope fields, reasoning with slope fields

     

    2/22

    Today we looked at seperable differential equation and particular solutions

    Notes

    3 Khan's

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  • 2/11-2/15

    Posted by David Rau on 2/11/2019

    This week we are studying integration in preperation for our exam. 

    Study Guide

     

    part 1

     

    Full guide filled

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  • 2/4-2/9

    Posted by David Rau on 2/4/2019

    2/4

    Today we very crazily introduced u-substitution

    It's a magical and super useful tool that can be a bit odd at first, but will be your best friend later. 

    Notes

    CW: none, JUST LEARN YOUR NOTES :)

     

    2/5

    Today we continued finding indefinite integrals with u-sub

    More Indefinite u-sub

    CW: 1 Khan

     

     

    2/6

    Today we introduced definite values for u-sub integration

    U-Sub with definite 1

     

    2/8

    Uglier but interesting U-subs

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  • 1/28-2/1

    Posted by David Rau on 1/28/2019

    1/28

    Today we continued learned how to evaluate indefinite integrals

    More Indefinite Integrals

     

    1/29

    Definite Integrals

     

    1/30

    Definite integrals day 2

     

    INTEGRATION STUDY GUIDE

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  • 1/22-1/25

    Posted by David Rau on 1/21/2019

    1/22

    Today we talked more about definite integrals and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

    Integral Ideas

     

    1/23

    Today we continued to look at the idea of the definite integral and investigating areas underneath curves. 

    ONE MAJOR IDEA: If the area is above the x-axis, the area is a positive value. If the area is below the x-axis it is negative!

    Be careful when combining areas on both sides

     

    1/25

    Integration and the FTC part 2

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  • 1/14-1/18

    Posted by David Rau on 1/13/2019

    1/14 

    Integration Ideas and Riemann Sums

    3 Khan's: Accumulation, Left and Right Riemann Sums, Midpoint and Trapezoid Sums

     

    1/15

    Today we found other ways of estimating area: trapezoid sums and midpoint sums

    Notes

    1 Khan: Trapezoid and Midpoint

     

    1/16

    Today we started to investigate how to write riemann sums in summation notation

    Notes

     

    1/18

    Summation Notation Riemann Sums simplified

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  • 1/4-1/11

    Posted by David Rau on 1/3/2019

    1/4

    Today we talked about linear approximation. Aka using a nearby known point and slope to find the approximate value of a curvy function using a straight line.

    Notes

    Khan: Linear Approximation

     

    1/7/19

    Today we introduced optimization. These questions delt with finding minimum requirements to meet certain area or volume needs. 

    Optimization 1

    Examples to try:

    1. You are designing a cylindrical tube that must hold 1000 cm cubed of volume. If the cylindar has an open top, what is the minimum surface area required to create the cylinder?

     

    1/8/19

    Today we continued optimization

    Opt. 2

    no hw

     

     

    1/11/19

    Optimization 3

    1 Khan Optimization

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