Integral or Derivative?
For example: on the interval 0 to 1, the integral is solved F(1) - F(0)
on the interval 0 to -1, the integral is solved F(-1) - F(0)
After that, Mr. K asked us to complete a table of values with values ranging from -4 to 4 for the function
We were then asked to graph it, the graph itself turned out to be the same as the function f(x)=(1/2)x². The function f(x)=(1/2)x² is also the anti-derivative of the identity function(f(x)=x). The lesson is a demonstration that integration and derivation are inverses of each other, just in the way that addition and subtraction are.
The function A(x) is an example of an accumulation function. It is called an accumulation function because as x progresses, the function accumulates area.
The next scribe will be..... Jayson