I introduce the basic concepts of Parametric Equations. I then work through many examples of graphing with t-tables.
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I do multiple examples of converting parametric equations into rectangular form by eliminating the parameter T.
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I explain how to find the slope of a polar curve at a point and find the equation of a tangent line at a point on the polar equation.
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I explain how to find the slope of a polar curve at a point and find the equation of a tangent line at a point on the polar equation.
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I work through finding the first derivative, second derivative, and integral a Power Series and then determine the interval of convergence for each series. Examples start at 6:44
Derivative of a Power Series 6:44 and 14:12
Integrating a Power Series 18:2...

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I work through finding the first derivative, second derivative, and integral a Power Series and then determine the interval of convergence for each series. Examples start at 6:44
Derivative of a Power Series 6:44 and 14:12
Integrating a Power Series 18:2...

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I work through two examples involving finding a tangent line to a curve defined by parametric equations and finding points of tangency for horizontal and vertical tangent lines.
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I work through two examples involving finding a tangent line to a curve defined by parametric equations and finding points of tangency for horizontal and vertical tangent lines.
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I work through three examples determining the interval of convergence of Power Series.
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I work through three examples determining the interval of convergence of Power Series.
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I work through 3 examples of determining if a curve defined by parametric equations is increasing or decreasing, and concave up or concave down for a given value of t or theta. Examples at 5:15 11:48 21:07
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I work through 3 examples of determining if a curve defined by parametric equations is increasing or decreasing, and concave up or concave down for a given value of t or theta. Examples at 5:15 11:48 21:07
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I cut the first example because of a copy error. Correct lesson with all 3 examples is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlDFquFCN6g I work through 2 examples of finding Intervals of Convergence of Power Series.
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I work through 5 examples of finding nth Taylor Polynomial and Maclaurin Polynomials to estimate the value of any function. I also find the maximum possible error, the Lagrange remainder form, for a given estimation.
Finding a Taylor Polynomial at 4:34...

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I work through 5 examples of finding nth Taylor Polynomial and Maclaurin Polynomials to estimate the value of any function. I also find the maximum possible error, the Lagrange remainder form, for a given estimation.
Finding a Taylor Polynomial at 4:34...

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I work through 5 examples of finding nth Taylor Polynomial and Maclaurin Polynomials to estimate the value of any function. I also find the maximum possible error, the Lagrange remainder form, for a given estimation.
Finding a Taylor Polynomial at 4:34...

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I work through 5 examples of finding nth Taylor Polynomial and Maclaurin Polynomials to estimate the value of any function. I also find the maximum possible error, the Lagrange remainder form, for a given estimation.
Finding a Taylor Polynomial at 4:34...

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I work through four examples evaluating if a given series converges or diverges using the Ratio Test.
Example 1 at 3:20
Example 2 at 9:22
Example 3 at 14:47
Example 4 at 19:32
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I work through four examples evaluating if a given series converges or diverges using the Ratio Test.
Example 1 at 3:20
Example 2 at 9:22
Example 3 at 14:47
Example 4 at 19:32
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More information and resources: http://www.welchlabs.com
Imaginary numbers are not some wild invention, they are the deep and natural result of extending our number system. Imaginary numbers are all about the discovery of numbers existing not in one dime...

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More information and resources: http://www.welchlabs.com
Imaginary numbers are not some wild invention, they are the deep and natural result of extending our number system. Imaginary numbers are all about the discovery of numbers existing not in one dime...

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Using old deck wood we build a diy 60 inch outdoor wood bench, garden bench , from plans found here, http://howtospecialist.com/outdoor-furniture/2x4-bench-plans/
I have a few other wood projects you can find here:
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I work through all that is transformations of radical functions, not just graphing:)
4 examples of graphing square roots at 5:24
Example of graphing a cube root at 17:59
Identifying transformations between functions 21:30
NOTE: For example 8, would it be ...

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I review Properties of Powers and then work through 7 involving radical notation, fractional exponents, and simplifying radicals.
Rewriting radicals using rational exponents at 9:19 ( 2 Examples )
Rewriting rational exponents using radical notation at 13:...

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This video has an example cut because I cannot count. The corrected video can be found here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-SxtfPME0U&feature=youtu.be
I work through all that is transformations of radical functions, not just graphing:)
4 examples of ...

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I introduce Power Functions y=av^b. We then move into how to find an inverse algebraically and the graphical relationship between a function and its inverse. I also explain how to determine if a function is 1 to 1, or invertible, and End Behavior.
Graph...

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I work through 2 examples inspired by AP Calculus multiple choice questions to help you get ready to earn that 5 like BAM!
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I work through 2 examples inspired by AP Calculus multiple choice questions to help you get ready to earn that 5 like BAM!
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We look at one example of a Trapezoidal Sum from a table of values. The second example lists the values of a left, right, trapezoidal, and actual value of a definite integral.
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We look at one example of a Trapezoidal Sum from a table of values. The second example lists the values of a left, right, trapezoidal, and actual value of a definite integral.
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After defining Speed and Rate of Change I work through 3 examples at 3:44 10:46 14:33
The last example is about Average Rate of Change at 24:08
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After defining Speed and Rate of Change I work through 3 examples at 3:44 10:46 14:33
The last example is about Average Rate of Change at 24:08
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5 Examples of sketching derivative functions from a graph starting at 1:27 6:27 11:13 16:40 and graphing an antiderivative from a derivative at 20:19
Original Lesson Graphical Comparison of Functions vs Derivative Graphs, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...

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5 Examples of sketching derivative functions from a graph starting at 1:27 6:27 11:13 16:40 and graphing an antiderivative from a derivative at 20:19
Original Lesson Graphical Comparison of Functions vs Derivative Graphs, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...

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We do 3 review problems involving the First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, or the Net Change Theorem
Full list of AP Calculus Multiple Choice review questions
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGbL7EvScmU7nqcp6XQ9O-nWdVJ7sDuZG
Application of Defini...

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We do 3 review problems involving the First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, or the Net Change Theorem
Full list of AP Calculus Multiple Choice review questions
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGbL7EvScmU7nqcp6XQ9O-nWdVJ7sDuZG
Application of Defini...

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I evaluate an expression at 1:15 and a function at 4:06.
We interpret the real life meaning of expressions at 7:22 9:37 12:30 14:37 15:49 and 17:23
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I evaluate an expression at 1:15 and a function at 4:06.
We interpret the real life meaning of expressions at 7:22 9:37 12:30 14:37 15:49 and 17:23
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I evaluate an expression at 1:15 and a function at 4:06.
We interpret the real life meaning of expressions at 7:22 9:37 12:30 14:37 15:49 and 17:23
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