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- 32. Casa Omar, Antiderivative Connect-the-Dots
- Connect the answer dots in order.
- Start a NEW LINE and connect the answer dots in order.
- Start a NEW LINE and connect the answer dots in order.
- Start a NEW LINE and connect the answer dots in order.
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- Start a NEW LINE and connect the answer dots in order.
- Start a NEW LINE and connect the answer dots in order.

- 33.
- 1st: A function, its definite integral and its derivative have a special relationship expressed by the Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
- In ONE equation, the SECOND Fund. Theorem, relates all THREE functions.
- State the Second Fundamental Theorem of Calc as related on page 282 of the text.
- 2nd: Often the derivative of a function has been called the slope function for that function.
- The antiderivative -- specifically the indefinite integral -- may be called the accumulator function.
- Explain this use.

- 34. Errors occur most often when a calc student completes the algebraic evaluation necessary after the calculus of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is completed.
- A calculator function decreases these errors IF A CONSTANT IS THE DESIRED RESULT.
- If a nonconstant function is one of the limits of integration, the calculator does not help.
- The function is summarized below.
- In [MATH], [NUM] the 9th functions is fnInt(expression,variable,lowerlimit,upperlimit).
- Create and answer your own definite integral. Show paper and pencil work and state answer.
- Perhaps use this function to assist you.

- 35.Complete page 297, problems 8, 10, 12, 16, 24, 42, 46, 58, 60.

- 36. Complete pg 321, problems 21, 23, 26, 29, 33, 45, 47, 48, 78, 79.

- 37.The derivative and antiderivative are inverse functions.
- Create a table of the derivative of all six basic trig functions. [See page 121.]
- Copy the table of antiderivative of trig functions. [See page 329.]

- 38. Complete pg 347, problems 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 50, 52, 54, 65, 66.

- 39. Complete
- page 349, problems 87, 89, 92, 94, 108, 115
- page 357, problems 44, 64, 66

- 40. Write a letter to the instructor discussing the things you learned best, the things in which you are the weakest, your facility with the calculator, and anything else you care to discuss.

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