Area Between Curves Fun Activity. This activity 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.
This handout or in-class worksheet emphasizes the horizontal strip method for finding the area between curves. After teaching how to use the horizontal strips, these examples are fun for the students. My students liked this worksheet. It is not difficult and enables them to grasp the concept without overwhelming then with difficult integrations and they love shark problems. I had them work together in small groups for the first problem, then independently for the other two.
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