Basic Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Basic Fundamental Theorem of Calculus


Students will use anti-differentiation to solve integral problems.

Students will be shown the constant and power rule for anti-derivatives. It will be connected back to previously taught lessons on area problems.

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Reasoning behind the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Explanation of basic integration using anti-derivatives.

Find the Solution for Integral Problems using Anti-Differentiation

Integral Problems are just area problems for a given function. The only new thing happening here is that now our functions is no longer straight, but a curve. So, we have to use some new techniques to solve these new problems.

There are two basic rules for this,

These two rules will provide use with the tools needed to find are under polynomial curves.