After students have learned all the advanced integration techniques, they need practice choosing which technique to use. Not everything is integration by parts! Most other reviews focus on a few topics, or include topics not on the AP test. This set of 15 problems includes a mix of u-substitution, partial fractions, and integration by parts.
Problems range from easy to difficult. Several require some algebra (long division) before integration, and one requires a trig identity to be applied.
Full answer key is included. One problem can be completed using integration by parts or a tricky u-substitution. Both answers included, and algebra shows that they are equivalent.