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
Add a constant, c
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

Questions?

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