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Integration by recognition.

Integration by recognition.

A power point presentation on integration by recognition with fully worked examples and student worksheet. Suitable for VCE Mathematical Methods Unit 4 or any other Calculus course.

By bgm2016

Integration - Finding Areas

Integration - Finding Areas

Originally created for the Core 2 module in AS Mathematics. This activity can be managed in a variety of ways, with or without the given answers. The most successful approach has been to give the question sheet to pairs of students and let them work together on large whiteboards. The lack of scaffolding in this activity means students must utilise a variety of skills to calculate the answers, rather than only using integration. Answers are provided here for your benefit. You could also provide these to students as part of a matching activity. NOTE: this activity is about finding areas; a negative answer is not acceptable! I hope you enjoy using this activity with your students, and that they enjoy the problem-solving.

By YenaMaths

Standard Integrals concluded

Standard Integrals concluded

This second lesson on standard integrals includes the knowledge of integration of trig functions and the use of the "1/a" notation. Worksheet is included fir students to attempt in class or as a piece of homework.

By sjcooper

Standard Integrals

Standard Integrals

A lesson teaching students the general integrals they need to know for the A2 material of calculus. A worksheet is also attached which can be used as classwork or as a piece of homework.

By sjcooper

22/7>π  proof using integration

22/7>π proof using integration

This presentation contains the integral proof for 22/7>π . A slightly obscure topic but I thought the presentation would be gladly received by someone somewhere.

By bennyjohn5

The Definite integral

The Definite integral

Following on from the lesson on indefinite integral. This lesson looks at the limits attached to a given integral.

By sjcooper

The indefinite integral

The indefinite integral

This lesson follows the lessons taught on differentiation. The opening slide introduces integration as the reverse of differentiation. Then through a variety of examples students get used to integration.

By sjcooper

Algebra: Differentiation 3 (Calculus) - 2nd Differential

Algebra: Differentiation 3 (Calculus) - 2nd Differential

This is the 3rd lesson of a series on differentiation and looks at differentiating twice. Looking at why and how and its applications. This lesson comes with a starter, plenary, some excellent clear teaching slides and teaching. I have included some exam questions that will test everything that the pupils have learnt at the stage. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

Algebra: Differentiation 2 (Calculus) - Applications

Algebra: Differentiation 2 (Calculus) - Applications

This is the second lesson that builds on my first lesson introducing the topic of differentiation. It builds on the first lesson by looking at slightly more tricky examples of differentiation and how to re-arrange indices in particular. It then looks at applications of differentiation in terms of finding the gradient of curves. The lesson comes with a starter, lots of teaching examples, notation explanations, answers and plenary. It also includes some excellent exam practise to help pupils practise directly the style they will have to face as well as a jargon busting sheet to help them with marking. This lesson does come part of an excellent sequence of lessons on calculus and I highly recommend buying them as a bundle and each lesson fit in a planned sequence. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43