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Thu, 18 Jan 2024 07:03:03 +0000https://guruathome.org/?p=10353#comment-1489[…] It offers a structured learning path for Calculus, which includes units on limits, derivatives, and integrals. The platform provides interactive exercises that make learning engaging and […]
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Wed, 10 Jan 2024 08:33:02 +0000https://guruathome.org/?p=10353#comment-1482[…] Integrals, on the other hand, represent the area under the curve of a function. They’re essentially the opposite of derivatives, allowing us to calculate the total value of a function over a given interval. For example, if we have a graph of a function that represents the amount of rain that falls in a city over time, the integral would tell us the total amount of rainfall over a certain period. […]
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Tue, 09 Jan 2024 06:32:19 +0000https://guruathome.org/?p=10353#comment-1479[…] Integrals, on the other hand, represent the area under the curve of a function. They’re essentially the opposite of derivatives, allowing us to calculate the total value of a function over a given interval. For example, if we have a graph of a function that represents the amount of rain that falls in a city over time, the integral would tell us the total amount of rainfall over a certain period. […]
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Tue, 09 Jan 2024 06:02:36 +0000https://guruathome.org/?p=10353#comment-1478[…] Indefinite integrals give antiderivatives and general formulas, while definite integrals evaluate over a closed domain. […]
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