Jim Coroneos was a remarkable teacher and a wonderful human being. I had the great privilege of studying from his text books in my senior high school years and, during my first years of teaching, working alongside him as a colleague for a while. Sadly, he passed away almost exactly 10 years ago, in 2005, but you may read something of his life here.
In one of his more advanced texts, he provided a list of 100 Integrals to challenge his students. This list is now used by mathematics teachers and students world wide. The complete list has been produced on a few websites. Click here to obtain a PDF copy of them.
Partly to honour Jim, and partly to fulfil an international need, I have decided to produce 100 videos, showing how to solve his 100 integration ‘problems.’ I hope you find the videos useful!
As you can see, I have presented the integrals in bundles of 20. Please choose the set that you require.
I was taught a different method for calculating square roots in middle school, but I forgot it soon after! Your method looks easier. Thanks for the helpful vid! 🙂
Theophilosxxv (on a CCM YouTube video about How to Approximate the Square Root of a Number by Hand)
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