02 - Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions.avi
03 - Hyperbolic Functions.avi
04 - Inverse Hyperbolic Functions.avi
05 - L'Hospital's Rule.avi
06 - Trigonometric Integrals.avi
07 - Integration by Partial Fractions Expansion.avi
08 - Arc Length.avi
09 - Area of a Surface of Revolution.avi
10 - Parametric Equations.avi
11 - Arc Length in Parametric Equations.avi
12 - Surface Area of Revolution in Parametric Equations.avi
13 - Polar Coordinates.avi
14 - Polar Equations.avi
15 - Area and Length in Polar Coordinates.avi
16 - Sequences.avi
17 - Series.avi
18 - Integral Test for Series Convergence.avi
19 - The Comparison Tests for Series Convergence.avi
20 - Alternating Series Test of Convergence.avi
21 - The Ratio and Root Test of Series Convergence.avi
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Section 1: Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Section 2: Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Section 3: Hyperbolic Functions
Section 4: Inverse Hyperbolic Functions
Section 5: L'Hospital's Rule
Section 6: Trigonometric Integrals
Section 7: Integration by Partial Fractions
Section 8: Arc Length
Section 9: Area of a Surface of Revolution
Section 10: Parametric Equations
Section 11: Arc Length in Parametric Equations
Section 12: Surface Area of Revolution in Parametric Equations
Section 13: Polar Coordinates
Section 14: Polar Equations
Section 15: Area and Length in Polar Coordinates
Section 16: Sequences
Section 17: Series
Section 18: Integral Test of Series Convergence
Section 19: Comparison Tests of Series Convergence
Section 20: Alternating Series Test of Convergence
Section 21: Ratio and Root Test of Series Convergence