short and sweet!

Hello everyone! I’m super busy this week tutoring my students for their finals (which mostly take place next week). Yesterday I had 13 hours of students, yikes!! I’m going to try to blog everyday this week but am going to keep my posts pretty short in the essence of my time crunch 🙂


Here’s a video on how and why it’s good for my BC Calculus students to know the cylindrical shell method for finding volumes of revolution (in addition to their preferred methods of disks and washers)…



And here’s a video explaining how to look at a graph of a derivative and answer questions about the original function. I ALWAYS get a ton of questions on how to do this! My AB Calculus students have been doing this very recently…

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