CHAPTER FOUR
Integration
Antiderivatives and Indenite Integration
1. Evaluate the integral: J6 dx.
(a) 6+C (b) 6x.+C (c) 0+C
(d) x + 6 + C (e) None 'of these
lMAnswer: b
2. Evaluate the integral: f 8 dx.
(a)0+C (b) 8x+C (c)x+8+C
(d) 8 + C (0) None of the
Chapter 30
Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians
Lab
Name _
Dissecting a Perch
Background Information
Fish are the largest group of vertebrates found in fresh and salt water. In fact, over 25,000 species of fish comprise about 50% of
the vertebr
AP Calculus AB Finding Limits Analytically
Limits 3 ways
Limits can be determined using:
- Numerical methods (set up a table and calculate function values very
close to both sides of the limit target)
- Graphical methods (use graphing utility to view the
AP Calculus Logistic Function
Exponential Growth The exponential growth/decay model is derived from the fact that the
rate of change of a variable y is proportional to the value of y. In this
case the solution to the differential equation:
is the equation
Do Dogs Know Calculus ?
This project will explore the innate ability of a dog to find the quickest path
to retrieve a ball thrown into the water. We calculate an optimal path for a
given situation based on given running and swimming speeds and compare
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