Area under a curve

Area under a curve
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Be able to interpret what the integral or area below a given business function (e.g. marginal cost) represents (e.g. total cost). Be able to compute that integral (area) given the function and limits. Be able to relate the area between two curves (functions) on a Cartesian graph to the algebraic representation as a definite integral of a difference of those two functions.
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This lesson shows the process of finding the definite integral of a function on a TI graphing calculator. All steps involved in putting the functions into the calculator and finding the area within a region are shown and explained. This is a great tutorial on finding integrals on a graphing calculator.
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