Students practice five different strategies to transform an integrand into a form that the natural logarithm function is the antiderivative. They discuss the rules and work examples of each.
My students encounter this concept in the Larson Calculus textbook in Ch. 5 on Transcendental Functions. I decided to make another foldable to follow 5.1 but had already made 5.2 thus the numbering 5-1.5. I know, mathematicians are crazy about sequential numbering‼! Hope this is helpful. Enjoy!
The size of this foldable allows you to use it alone or glue it into an Interactive Notebook.
Other foldables related to the Transcendental Function chapter:
Calculus Foldable 5-1: Integral Definition of Natural Logarithm
Calculus Foldable 5-2: Inverse Trig Review for Calculus
Calculus Foldable 5-3: Exponential and Inverse Trig Derivatives and Integrals
Table of Contents for the Transcendental Function chapter:
Calculus Interactive Notebook 5: Transcendental Functions