Volume of Revolution Disk and Washer Methods
These engaging rigorous activities are designed for Calculus AB, BC, Honors, and Calculus 2. It is part of the unit Applications of Integration.
☑ 12 Task Cards which are both number and color coded.
#1 – 3 are disk about the x-axis, #4 - 5 are disk about the y – axis, #6 - 7 are washer about the x –axis, #8 - 9 are washer about the y-axis, and #10 - 11 are revolved about a line other than the axes, and #12 is an application. QR answers included for Task Cards
☑ Master List of Questions which can also be used as an assessment or class worksheet
☑ Student response sheet with room for students to show work and includes some of the graphs
☑ Guided notes with 5 examples in full color with setups and answers.
☑ All answer keys
☑ Additional Quiz, HW, or assignment
with nine questions and room for students to show work with solutions.
This resource is included in: ★ Bundle of Volume Activities
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