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These videos are for unit 3 of the year 12 curriculum and focus on the topic of calculus. Our team of experts have been working hard for months to create a bunch of video resources for students like you to use so you can reach your best ATAR.
We have created a video course that covers every aspect of the unit 3 curriculum topic calculus and we have decided to make a few of these videos free just for you!
Here is our first video on the formula for differentiation.
This video is a brief explanation of how to use the formula for differentiation. We have shared this here because it is important you understand how to use this formula before we get into some of the more difficult concepts in later videos.
How clear was that explanation? To test this out, we had a few of our English tutors (who didn’t take methods in year 12) watch this. Guess what happened? They actually understood how to use this formula after watching this video!!!
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Rules of differentiation (linearity).
This video is part of a group of four on the rules for differentiation. The other videos include the product rule, the chain rule and the quotient rule. The other three parts of this set can be watched here when you enrol join our online maths methods video course.
Want to know more about how you can view parts 2, 3 and 4 of the rules of differentiation?
There are so many rules about differentiation that we just had to make a short series about them. In each video, our tutor Faisal explains how to identify when you need to use a rule, how to choose which one, and use it.
The other videos in this series are about the product rule, chain rule, and quotient rule. All of these are included in our unit 3 calculus bundle!
Properties of anti-derivatives and definite integrals.
This is one part of the anti-derivatives portion of our online course. To learn more about how to complete Anti-differentiation questions by recognition that F ’ (x) = f (x) implies ∫f (x)dx=F(x)+c. You can enrol in our video course here.
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