## Unit 5 Learning Targets

- I can estimate the area from the curve to the x-axis using rectangles.
- I know the difference between finding an area using LRAM, RRAM and MRAM.
- I can estimate the area from the curve to the x-axis using trapezoids.
- I can estimate the distance traveled by finding RAM and trapezoidal rule of a table of velocity.
- I can convert from Riemann Sum notation to integral notation.
- I can find the exact value of an integral using Geometry.
- I can find the exact value of an integral using an existing area.
- I can use properties of integrals to evaluate.
- I can use antiderivatives to find indefinite integrals.
- I can use the FTC part 2 (evaluation) to evaluate definite integrals
- I can use definite integrals to find NET Area
- I can find the NET and TOTAL area of a function
- I can find the average value of a function over a given interval.
- I can find the value of x in which the function takes on the average value.
- I can use the FTC part 1 to find the derivative of an integral.
- I understand the relationship between an accumulator function and particle motion.
- Position, velocity and acceleration
- Increasing, decreasing
- Pass through the origin
- Moving right and left
- Moving Toward or Away from origin
- Maximum, minimum