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Module 4 Required Resources


Calculus: An Applied Approach
Larson, R. (2017). Calculus: An Applied Approach (10th ed., pp.168 - 205, 252-304). Cengage Learning.

  • Chapter 5: Sections 5.1 through 5.5
    • Integration is a fundamental concept in Calculus, and it has many applications in various fields. Chapter 5 introduces the concepts of integration, the relationship of integration to differentiation, integration techniques, the Fundamental Theory of Calculus, and its application in area calculations.
  • Chapter 6: Section 6.3
    • This section demonstrates a technique of calculating integrals numerically using both the Trapezoidal Rule and the Simpson’s Rule.

Your course textbook can be accessed via the DART eBook link in the Getting Started module.


Chapter 5 Section 1 Exercise 31:

Larson Texts. (2015, Nov 12). A0501031 Final [Video]. YouTube.

Chapter 5 Section 2 Exercise 35:

Larson Texts. (2015, Nov 12). A0502035 Final [Video]. YouTube.

Chapter 5 Section 3 Exercise 19:

Larson Texts. (2015, Nov 12). A0503019 Final [Video]. YouTube.

Chapter 5 Section 4 Exercise 39:

Larson Texts. (2016, May 5). 1501010013 [Video]. YouTube.

Chapter 5 Section 5 Exercise 23:

Larson Texts. (2015, Nov 12). A0505023 Final [Video]. YouTube.

Chapter 6 Section 3 Exercise 11:

Larson Texts. (2015, Nov 12). A0603011 Final [Video]. YouTube.

Module 4 Optional Resources

Calculus Early Transcendentals

Menz, P., et al. (n.d.). Calculus Early Transcendentals: Differential & Multi-Variable Calculus for Social Sciences.

  • This supplemental resource has many solved exercises at the end of each section that can serve as extra problem-solving examples.