Calculus Area Between CurvesTask Cards
This set of 11 task cards is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 2 students. This topic is covered typically in the Applications of Integration Unit.
Problems utilizing both horizontal strips and verticals trips are included. The integration involved is basic and is typical of integrals covered before the Techniques of Integration unit. The problems include both polynomial and transcendental functions.
☑ Two sets of the 11 cards. The first set includes the shaded graph for that problem on the card, and the second set has only the description of the functions and the defined region for nine problems. You can mix and match the cards in various classes.
☑ QR solution sheet which can be passed around, projected on the screen, or cut up for a matching game.
☑ Answer key
☑ Student Response sheet with room to show set-ups.
-This resource is included in:
★ Bundle of Activities for Area Under the Curve
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