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1 min read•april 26, 2020

Anusha Tekumulla

In this unit, you’ll learn how to find the **average value of a function**, **model particle motion**, and **net change**, and **determine areas and volumes**. Specifically, you should develop an understanding of integration that can be transferred across many other applications. With integrals, you won’t have to use any of the Riemann sums you learned earlier in the year. **This unit should be about 10-15% of the AP Calculus AB Exam or 6-9% of the AP Calculus BC Exam.**

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