In this video, we introduce the second major problem in calculus: the Area Problem.

Here we cover a technique used to approximate the area under a curve: the Left Riemann Sum.

In this video, we consider another method for estimating the area under a curve: the Right Riemann Sum.

Here we cover another technique for estimating the area under a curve, this time using midpoints.

We consider one final method for approximating the area under a curve: the Trapezoidal Sum.

Here we cover an example involving Riemann sums, using the four methods covered in the previous videos.

In this video, we take a break from considering the area under a curve. We consider antiderivatives. Later, these antiderivatives will be us...

In this video, we cover three more rules for integration that are somewhat intuitive.

In this video, we cover the six common integrals in AP Calculus AB. They should look familiar...

We cover several special integrals that will be of importance in the next few videos.

In this video, we consider u-substitution in integration.

Here we consider a few tips for success in u-substitution.

Here we consider a situation where double u-substitution is required. It is somewhat analogous to the triple chain rule introduced in the di...

Here we consider an example involving u-substitution.

In this video, we consider one final example incorporating several integration rules covered in this module.