Number 6. Just follow these steps to find the integral by itself without the upper and lower bounds of 1 and 9. Then, once you evaluate the integral, you plug in your 1 and 9 to get your final answer. (p.s. your numbers may be different, but the concept is still the same). On another note, after plugging in my numbers, I got positive 60 as my final answer. This is to check to see if you're on the right track.
Explanation of how to find Lower Bounds Explanation of how to find Upper Bounds Examples when the data is discrete Examples when the data is continuous Example questions on finding Maximum and Minimum values
This is the third lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Polynomial, Power & Rational Functions for students enrolled in Pre-Calculus Honors. Students will be able to: ★ Divide polynomials using long division or synthetic division ★ Apply the Remainder
AB or BC. Polynomials. I used this to introduce this to my AB AP Calculus students while I was out for the birth of my second child (first daughter!). It introduces the FTC as difference of the evaluations of the general antiderivative at the upper and lower bounds and also includes a connection to simple bounded area.