These videos require little commentary. Each one is devoted to solving a ‘basic’ integral problem. I have assumed that you have watched the previous videos in this series (and practised the skills discussed therein), or that you have learned integration at school and are moderately proficient with the basic techniques.
My aim is to discuss strategies and patterns … things to look for and traps that you may encounter. In other words, I try to emulate the kinds of thoughts that may go through a student’s mind when confronted with different kinds of integrals.
This is a ‘no frills’ area where the videos will have to speak for themselves.
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