In this video, I introduce parametric coordinates and how they are used.

Here I cover how to graph parametric curves.

In this video, I use desmos.com as an easy way to graph parametric curves.

In this video, I cover how to eliminate t so that you can go from parametric to Cartesian coordinates (or vice versa by introducing t).

Here I introduce how to take derivatives in parametric coordinates using the chain rule.

In this video, I cover how to write the equations for tangent lines in parametric coordinates (there could be multiple!).

Here I cover how to find the area in parametric coordinates using integration.

Arc length is an important concept to know for the AP Calc BC exam. It is covered in this video.

I cover how to find the volume of solids of revolution in parametric coordinates. In addition, I go over how to find the surface area of the...

Here I cover an example involving volume and surface area in parametric coordinates.

Now, we move on to polar coordinates. This is the introduction, covering what polar coordinates are and how to go from Cartesian to polar or...

Here I use desmos.com to show the vast number of possibilities in polar coordinates.

Now we introduce the calculus aspect of polar coordinates, starting with derivatives.

In this video, I cover how to find the area enclosed by a polar curve (a key point that it is enclosed NOT under the curve).

Here I cover an example involving the area enclosed by a polar curve.

In this video, I cover how to find the area between two polar curves with an example.

In this video, I'll cover how to find the length of a polar curve and the surface area of a solid of revolution in polar coordinates. Toward...

In this final video of this module, I cover an FRQ involving parametric coordinates.