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Useful volume formulas, Useful areas formulas

Lesson 1: Chapter 1 and 2. Units, Coordinate systems

Lesson 2: Chapter 3 part 1. Lines and circles. Lines.

Lesson 3: Chapter 3 part 2. Lines and circles. Circles.

Lesson 4:Chapter 4 . Linear modelling

Lesson 5: Chapter 4. Parametric equations of motion.

Lesson 6: Chapter 5. Functions.

Lesson 7: semicircles.Multipart functions.

Lesson 8: Chapter 7 Part 1. parabolas

Lesson 9: Chapter 7. Part 2. Quadratic modelling.

Lesson 10: Chapter 7. Part 3. Optimization problems.

Lesson 11: Chapter 8. Composition.

Lesson 12: Chapter 9. Inverse functions

Lesson 13: Chapter 10. Exponential functions.

Lesson 14: Chapter 12. Logarithms

Lesson 15: Chapter 11 . Exponential modeling.

Lesson 16: Chapter 13. Graphical tools

Lesson 16 part 2: Chapter 13. Graphical tools

Lesson 17: Chapter 15. Angles.

Lesson 18: Chapter 16. Uniform circular motion.

Lesson 19: Chapter 17. sin and cos .

Lesson 20: Chapter 17. Problems involving triangles.

Lesson 21: chapter18. Trigonometric functions andtheir inverses.

Lesson 22: Chapter 19. sinusoidal functions

Lesson 23:Chapter 20 . Inverse sinusoidal functions .

Lesson 24: Sinusoidal functions problems

Some problems from an old final.

More problems from an old final.