In this video I cover the basics of the indefinite integral, or anti-derivative. I also show some common mistakes that people make with these types of integrals. Remember that the better you know your derivatives, the better you'll be able to do anti-de...

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In this video I cover a little bit about what the subject of statistics is about. This is broken down into three main areas. Remember you will probably have to learn how to use a calculator, or some computer system to make the most of the statistics you...

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This video goes through the process of building the quadratic formula by completing the square on a general quadratic equation. If you are not familiar with the method of completing the square, don't forget to check out that video first. Remember when g...

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This video covers the derivative rules for inverse trigonometric functions like, inverse sine, inverse cosine, and inverse tangent. For the examples it will be helpful to know the product rule and chain rule for derivatives. Remember to check your math ...

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Once you start getting a few more formulas and identities, you can use these to verify other identities. Watch this video for a few examples and some good tips when you have to verify a trigonometric identity. For more videos please visit http://www.mys...

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Once you learn about the graphs of sine and cosine, its on to other trigonometric functions. This video will show you the graphs of tangent and cotangent. Pay close attention to where the asymptotes are, as well as key values. For more videos please vi...

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Being able to visualize the trigonometric functions is important. This video will get you up to speed by showing you the basic graph for sine and cosine. You want to memorize key values such as its maximum and minimum, as well as where it goes through t...

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Starting with a basic graph of sine or cosine, you can begin to make transformations of it. This includes shifting, stretching, and reflecting. By reading the equation carefully you can figure out what the new graph should look like. This is where we f...

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If you have problems remember the unit circle, then the left hand trick is for you! This is a simple way that you can use the fingers on your left hand to find the values of sine and cosine for the first quadrant. Later on in the video I also show how t...

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Radians play a bigger role in future classes, so knowing how to take degrees into radians is essential. Check out this video for how that conversion process works on your calculator. This video will use the Ti-84, but the instructions also work for the ...

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Radians play a bigger role in future classes, so knowing how to take degrees into radians is essential. Check out this video for how that conversion process works. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com...

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Many trigonometry classes love to use word problems with gears to drive home the formula of the arc length. Check out this video to see how that formula plays a part, and how you can determine how much one gear turns. For more videos please visit http:/...

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To find the value of a trigonometric function you can take the proper ratio of sides, but what happens when one side is missing? Check out this video where we answer that question. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com...

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If you know the sides of a right triangle then you can quickly determine the exact value for sine, cosine, and tangent. Remember to check what angle you are using so you get the proper ratio of sides. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmath...

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If you are given an angle and put it into a trigonometric function, it might be positive or negative. This video will give you the tools to figure out which sign it is. Near then end we can use information about the sign to figure out what quadrant our ...

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Many times we think of angles floating around in space, but we can connect them to what you already know about graphs by putting them on a coordinate axis. Watch in the examples how we can take a point, and use it to define an angle. For more videos ple...

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If you are given an equation that goes through the origin, you can use this to form and angle and a right triangle. With this done, you can then move onto finding the values of all your trigonometric functions. For more videos please visit http://www.my...

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If given just a point, we can define an angle that goes directly through the point. With this out of the way, we can then form a right triangle and find the value of all our trigonometric functions. Check out this video for some examples. For more vid...

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When looking for complimentary and supplementary the key is knowing what these mean. Complimentary means the angles add to 90 degrees, where as supplementary means they add to 180 degrees. Check out this video for examples on how to find these angles. ...

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In this video I go over the tricky process of adding and subtracting angles when they are written in degrees, minutes, and seconds. The key is remembering that there are 60 seconds in a minute, and 60 minutes in a degree. For more videos please visit ht...

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In this video I'll go over the categories for classifying data such as nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio. To classify these remember to ask questions like, "can the data be ordered?" For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com...

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In this video will cover some of the basic vocabulary that you'll hear when working with trigonometric functions. Specifically we'll cover what is trigonometry, angles, and defining the trigonometric functions as ratios of sides. You'll hear these terms...

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Implicit differentiation can be a tricky subject, but the key is understanding the chain rule that is happening in the background. This video will help you understand what is happening so you can tackle implicit differentiation with ease. For more video...

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When getting ready for inverse functions, you'll often hear a lot of information on one to one functions. So what exactly is a one to one function? This video will help out with that, as well as show ways you can test if a relation is a one to one funct...

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This video will show you how to make a scatter plot using the Ti-89 graphing calculator. Remember there are many menus to go through, so carefully set your plots options before viewing the scatter plot....

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This video will show you how to make a simple scatter plot. Remember to put your independent variable along the x-axis, and you dependent variable along the y-axis. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com...

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This video will show you two simple ways to display your data. One is using a table, and the other is a bar chart. Remember there are many other types of charts you can use to visually see the data you have. For more videos please visit http://www.myse...

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This video will show you how to use the chain rule using Leibniz notation. Remember the key here is writing it using other variables, and then taking the derivative of these pieces. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com...

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The chain rule can be one of the most powerful rules in calculus for finding derivatives. Unfortunately the rule looks a bit odd, and its unclear why it works they way it does. This video will cover the idea behind why it works and even show how you can...

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This video covers the idea of taking higher derivative. After taking one derivative, you can take a derivative of a derivative to get the second derivative. Pay close attention to the notation for these higher derivatives so you know how many derivative...

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This video will cover the derivative of tangent and cotangent. These two derivatives are not quite as simple as the ones for sine and cosine, but they do work well with our other rules. In both of these derivatives note there is a power of two....

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