How can trigonometric functions be differentiated and integrated?
Is the derivative function always different from the original function?
How can exponentials and logarithmic functions be differentiated and integrated?
|Scaffolded task||Rotating derivatives|
|Scaffolded task||To the limit|
|Problem requiring decisions||Estimating gradients|
|Building blocks||Similar derivatives|
|Building blocks||Sine stretching|
|Building blocks||Trig gradient match|
|Many ways problem||Sine on the dotted line|
|Many ways problem||Trigsy integrals|
|Scaffolded task||Stretching an integral|
|Food for thought||Inverse integrals|
|Food for thought||Two for one|
|Resource in action||Inverse integrals - teacher support|
|Can the integral of $\sin(\sin t)$ be zero?||R6622|
|Can we find the area between $\sin x$ and $\sin 2x$?||R9184|
|Can we find the turning points on the curve $y = \sin x + \cos x$?||R6938|
|Can we find the velocity and acceleration of this particle?||R8071|
|Can we find this integral involving the floor function?||R7106|
|Is this product of integrals positive or negative?||R7616|
|What is the area under the curve $y = \cos x - \sin x +2$?||R8679|
|Where do the curves $y=\sin 2x$ and $y=\sin x$ cross?||R7074|