the fundamental
theorem of calculus.
the
Rules
Get to Know: the Theorems
application:
the net change
theorem.
The net change theorem
a
says that: b F ( x ) d x = F
(b) F (a). In other words,
the net change in a
function is the (definite)
integral of its d
(area under the curve)
the indefinite
integral.
the
Integral
Get to Know: Integral Calculus
If the bounds are not specified, then the integral is
indefinite, and it no longer corresponds to a
particular numeric value. In this case, while we
can't evaluate
unit circle: degrees
RULES:
unit circle is centered @ the
origin (0,0). it has a radius of 1
unit.
equation is: x2 + y2 = 1
the angles found on the
circle are multiples of: 30,
45, and 60
degrees =
radians 180/
unit circle: radians
RULES:
unit circle