Calculus: Inverse Trig Functions Integration
This lesson is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Calculus 1, and Calculus Honors. It is the thirteenth lesson from Unit 4, Integration.
The lesson includes:
♦ Guided Notes handout
♦ Fully-editable SmartBoard presentation
♦ Homework assignment
♦ Completed set of notes
♦ Full solutions
Students will integrate functions whose antiderivatives involve inverse trigonometric functions, use the method of completing the square to integrate a function, and review the basic integration rules involving elementary functions.
The unit includes:
1) Area Under A Curve
2) Trapezoidal Rule
3) Antiderivatives & Indefinite Integration
4) Riemann Sums & Indefinite Integral
5) The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
6) Mean Value Theorem & Second Fundamental Theorem
7) Integration By Substitution
8) The Accumulation Function
9) Natural Log Integration-No Trig
10) Natural Log Integration and Trig
11) Exponential Functions-Integration
12) More Transcendental Functions
13) Inverse Trig Functions-Integration
14) Another Look At Particle Motion
You need Smart Notebook software to run the presentation.
It can be displayed through the software and a projector. If you don't have a SmartBoard, you can also use an IPAD App, such as SplashTop, to remotely write on the presentation. You can also use Smart Notebook Express
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