# FUN da MENTALLLL THEOREM of calculus

Hello Everyone! Welcome to my dumpster-fire mess of a calc project.

Lyrics:
You see it’s been a long long year
I don’t mean to be sentimental
We’ve had our mins and our maxes
Larry’s made it much less stressful
At the end of this year
This fire ain’t accidental
So I’ve made a few good rhymes
Now it’s time to get fundamental
(bridge break)

Antiderivative, reverse of the prime,
Like the velocity, taken over time
Its an Integral integrated by a bright young mind
And for mountain view, that’s hard to find
For calc ab from a to point b
You’ll find the area something you can clearly see
Limited by the bounds of this
No feat to undermine its calculus

Chorus:
calculating the displacement of velocity
No worries I’ll just use FTC
anti derivative from a to b)?
Fundamental theorem sounds right for me!
HEY

Verse 2:
So let’s go more in depth
We’ve skimped out in the past.
Reviewed FRQs at the end
But hey!
“best for last”.
Top minus bottom
And hey, look at that,
Easy as can be

DANCE BREAK

We’ve come a long way since september
An experience hard to replace
Most definitely a lot to remember
So let’s change up the pace
No choice? fundamental
The opposite of taking a derivative
Anti differentiation’s integral
And for the beat? It’s primitive
Fundamental’s an oldstyle
Previously measured by stars
Ill explain it all for a while
But first ill drop some bars
For an approximation its simple
Riemann sum of rectangles
Trapezoidal works but be careful
Or else leave a wreck-tangled
Area between two graphs
Calculated by a surface face
for absolute you’ll do it in halfs
Fun fact: its also your base

DANCE BREAKKKKK

Yo yo haterz come over and C
All the wonders acculumation could be
As for rules theres just one trick
U substitution in calculus (UH)
You take a complex term
Sub and divise it
All of this is definite
Shoulda realized it (HEY)
Integrations met it’s match
An easy trick you won’t need to latch
Theres a simple to follow
Fundamental’s a lot to swallow

calculating the displacement of velocity
No worries I’ll just use FTC
anti derivative from a to b)?
Fundamental theorem sounds right for me!
HEY
WE OUT