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For more information, please see full course syllabus of Calculus AB

For more information, please see full course syllabus of Calculus AB

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Post by Mohamed Al Mohannadi on February 2 at 06:44:19 AM

Example 3 is wrong, you are getting the area from -0.77 to 1.42 under the graph of f(x) we dont want that area we want the area under that graph BUT ALSO bounded by y=2.

I noticed from comments and videos there are mistakes in videos almost every videos. I rely for this for my AP Calculus BC exam which I need a 4 on Please be careful

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Post by Abdelrahman Megahed on January 2, 2013

EXAMPLE 2 YOU SAID f(y)=y^2 then you write it as g(y) not f(y)

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Post by liqun zhu on August 3, 2012

At 16:00, when you were integrating ln(x+2), I believe you thought you were differentiating it and used the derivative rule instead of the integral rule of natural log.[ âˆ« ln(x)dx = x âˆ™ (ln(x) - 1) ]