Starting Integration

Behind every definite integral is a Riemann sums. Students need to know about Riemann sums so that they can understand definite integrals (a shorthand notation for the limit if a Riemann sun) and the Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Theses posts help prepare students for Riemann sums.

  1. The Old Pump Where I start Integration
  2. Flying into Integrationland Continues the investigation in the Old Pump – the airplane problem
  3. Working Towards Riemann Sums
  4. Definition of the Definite Integral and the FTC – a more exact demonstration from last Friday’s post and The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus –  an older demonstration
  5. More about the FTC The derivative of a function defined by an integral – the other half of the FTC.
  6. Good Question 11 Riemann Reversed – How to find the integral, given the Riemann sum
  7. Properties of Integrals
  8. Variation on a Theme – 2 Comparing Riemann sums
  9. Trapezoids – Ancient and Modern – some history







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