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What is at the end of a solved integral
When you manipulate to make solving easier
Point where a function changes concavity
Process to find area under a curve
The second derivative of a position function
A type of interval where the endpoints are not included
An answer that consists of a value
A function is considered this when it has a hole
An approximation of an integral using rectangles
Rule that states if we have an indeterminate form we can differentiate the numerator and differentiate the denominator and then take the limit
When a limit can be determined
The smallest value of a function (lowest extrema)
Instantaneous rate of change between variables
Type of rule to find the derivative of a composition of functions
A method to simplify a function to make it possible to solve a derivative or integral
Type of rule to determine the derivative of a monomial
Down
If the second derivative of a function is positive, this is considered “up”
Type of rate at which a quantity changes by relating that quantity to other quantities whose rates of change are known
A relationship or expression involving one or more variables
Calculator with graphing capabilities
A method to calculate the volume of a shape rotated around an axis
Type of rule that approximates area with a quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides
A representative of what can be many different values
Type of visualization of a differential equation
The derivative of a position function
A straight line from the center of a circle to the outside (This squared multiplied by π is the area of a circle)
The highest score possible on the AP Calculus test
A type of line on a function that’s equation is the derivative of the original function
A point or value that a function approaches
The amount of three dimensional space occupied