Posts Tagged ‘intersection’

Ex: Definite Integration Application – Cars Passing Through an Intersection

This video provides an example of an application problem using a definite integral to determine the number of cars passing through an intersection during a specific interval of time.

Find the Length of a Loop of a Curve Given by Parametric Equations

This video provides an example of how to determine the arc length of a loop of a plane curve given by parametric equations.

Ex: Solve a Linear Equation in One Variable Graphically using the TI84

This video explains how to solve a linear equation in one variable by graphing using the TI84.  The intersection method is used.

Ex: Solve a Linear Inequality in One Variable Graphically using the TI84

This video explains how to solve a linear inequality in one variable by graphing using the TI84.  The intersection method is used.

Ex: Solve a System of Three Equations Using an Augmented Matrix (Reduced Row Echelon Form)

This video explains how to solve a system of equations by writing an augmented matrix in reduced row echelon form.  This example has one solution.

Ex 1: Solve a System of Two Equations Using an Augmented Matrix (Reduced Row Echelon Form)

This video explains how to solve a system of equations by writing an augmented matrix in reduced row echelon form.  This example has one solution.

Ex 2: Solve a System of Two Equations Using an Augmented Matrix (Reduced Row Echelon Form)

This video explains how to solve a system of equations by writing an augmented matrix in reduced row echelon form.  This example has no solution.

Ex 3: Solve a System of Two Equations Using an Augmented Matrix (Reduced Row Echelon Form)

This video explains how to solve a system of equations by writing an augmented matrix in reduced row echelon form.  This example has an infinite number of solutions.

Ex 3: Find the Value of c to Make a Piecewise Defined Function Continuous Everywhere

This video explains how to determine what the intervals must be for each piece of a piece-wise defined function must be in order for the function to be continuous everywhere.

Ex 2: Find the Value of Constant to Make a Piecewise Defined Function Continuous Everywhere

This video explains how to determine the value of a constant in a one of the function rules of a piece-wise defined function in order for the function to be continuous everywhere.