Students review four strategies for integrating more complex functions in which the chain is not present in the integrand: composite functions, trig functions with multiple arguments, binomials, and functions with extra x’s not part of the chain. I am not a fan of u-substitution in the simple compositions that can be antidifferentiated by compensating with a constant; however, there is a definite integral example with a more complicated integrand that must be worked using u-sub.
All my foldables are self-guided which allows the students to start the foldable in class for about 10 to 15 minutes then complete the AP style examples at home. This foldable can be used alone or glued into an Interactive Notebook the size of a 9½ by 7½ composition book. Hope this is helpful. Enjoy!
This is the third foldable for Ch. 4 in our calculus textbook on integration thus the numbering 4-3. You can find other foldables related to the integration chapter at
Calculus Foldable 4-1: Simple Antiderivative Rules
Calculus Foldable 4-2: Integral as Area
Calculus Foldable 4-4: Fundamental Theorems of Calculus
Calculus Foldable 4-5: Mean Value Theorems of Calculus
Table of Contents for the integration chapter in my Interactive Notebook:
Calculus Interactive Notebook 4: Integration
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