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    Tomorrow, I have the first part of my first calc test, and I was wondering if anyone had a link or worksheet laying around with some practice problems.

    The problems are rapid response, no calculator. Essentially, these might be some problems we would see:

    integrate:
    sin^3xcosx
    sqrt(x^3)
    sec^2x

    There will be derivatives as well.

    I can come up with some on my own, I'm sure, but I don't want to potentially miss something that I may not have thought of. Basically, it's integrals and derivatives that should be solvable without writing anything down but the answer.
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    Re: Rapid Response Integrals and Derivatives

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris686 View Post
    Tomorrow, I have the first part of my first calc test, and I was wondering if anyone had a link or worksheet laying around with some practice problems.

    The problems are rapid response, no calculator. Essentially, these might be some problems we would see:

    integrate:
    sin^3xcosx
    sqrt(x^3)
    sec^2x

    There will be derivatives as well.

    I can come up with some on my own, I'm sure, but I don't want to potentially miss something that I may not have thought of. Basically, it's integrals and derivatives that should be solvable without writing anything down but the answer.
    I don't really have any links to the kind of thing you're looking for (rapid response) - I have a link to AoPS here which basically consists of pages upon pages of integrals/ calculus problems. They're not exactly rapid response but quite a few can be done very quickly. You may want to take a look at the MIT integral bee as well - most of the integrals on there can be done very quickly (not without computation which is the kind of thing you're looking for) but it's the most appropriate thing that comes to mind - the objective on that is to essentially do as many integrals as you can in 20 minutes.
    Last edited by FelixFelicis28; September 26th 2013 at 01:59 PM.
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