In math, there are many different kinds of functions, because not everything in the world exists on a plane with two variables. So far, everything we have been doing has been on the Cartesian plane: ℝ^2. This unit introduces you to different kinds of functions that model the world around us.
Derivatives of Parametric Functions - First Derivative & Second Derivative of a Parametric Function
Parametrics and Motion - Parametric Motion Expressed through Vector-Valued Functions
Position Vector - Displacement of Parametric Functions & Arc Length/Distance of Parametric Functions
Derivatives of Polar Functions - Slope of Tangent Line for Polar Functions
Area Under the Curve - Simple Area Under Polar Curves
Area Between Two Curves If the curves intersect, then you may have to find the area inside the curves by splitting the region.
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