• The Method of Substitution - Problem 1

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to evaluate an indefinite integral of a square root function by using the method of substitution.
• Average Value of a Function - Problem 3

Math›Calculus›The Definite Integral
How to find the average value of a function over an interval [a,b].
• The Method of Substitution - Problem 2

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to evaluate an indefinite integral using the method of substitution.
• Tricky Substitutions Involving Radicals - Problem 2

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to antidifferentiate functions with radicals.
• Tricky Substitutions Involving Radicals - Problem 1

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to antidifferentiate functions with radicals.
• Complicated Indefinite Integrals - Problem 1

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to solve indefinite integrals of x^-1 and binomials raised to powers using the properties of indefinite integrals.
• Complicated Indefinite Integrals - Problem 2

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to solve complex indefinite integral using the properties of indefinite integrals.
• Tricky Substitutions Involving Radicals - Problem 3

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to find the antiderivative of more challenging functions with radicals.
• Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x) - Concept

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x or ln[x].
• Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x) - Problem 1

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x.
• Average Value of a Function - Problem 2

Math›Calculus›The Definite Integral
How to use definite integrals to find the average value of a function, f= 12x/(x^2 + 16), over an interval [a,b].
• Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x) - Problem 3

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x or ln[x].
• Substitutions Involving e^x or ln(x) - Problem 2

Math›Calculus›Antiderivatives and Differential Equations
How to use the method of substitution when the antiderivatives involve e^x or ln[x].