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Calculus 1

Simple Methods for Evaluating Integrals

Whether your focus is Integrals and Constants, Integrals with Addition or Subtraction, or Taking the Integral of Sine and Cosine, our Simple Methods for Evaluating Integrals integrates multiple techniques, methods and applications to evaluate integrals. By acquiring the skills needed for Taking the Integral of a Constant and Taking the Integral of Cosecant, you will be able to demonstrate higher level skills needed for areas such as Integration Using Inverse Trigonometric Functions. From basic introduction to more sophisticated applications, this course provides a wide range of concepts to help you elevate your proficiency at all levels.

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Pathways that Teach Simple Methods for Evaluating Integrals

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Simple Methods for Evaluating Integrals Pathway
Concepts: 36
Quiz Points: 540
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