H2 Chapter K: Integration

Integration Techniques


Description
This course aims to give a clear understanding of H2 Math Techniques of Integration and is suitable for students of different backgrounds.
Content
  • Lesson Notes
  • O Level/IP Integration Refresher sample
  • Integration Lesson Notes
  • Lesson Videos
  • Pg 1 - 2 Introduction to Cancelling Method sample
  • Pg 3 Basics of Cancelling Method sample
  • Pg 4 Basics of Cancelling Method (Integral Similar to 2017 A level) sample
  • Pg 5 Cancelling Method requiring rearrangements sample
  • Pg 6 Cancelling Method requiring rearrangements sample
  • Pg 6 Cancelling Method requiring rearrangements (Root of x) sample
  • Pg 6 Cancelling Method requiring rearrangements to MF 26 form I
  • Pg 6 Cancelling Method requiring rearrangements to MF 26 form II
  • Pg 8 Introduction to Algebraic Fractions Long Division
  • Pg 8 Algebraic Fraction (Long Division)
  • Pg 9 Algebraic Fraction (Partial Fraction)
  • Pg 9 Algebraic Fraction (MF 26)
  • Pg 8 Algebraic Fractions (Long Division)
  • Pg 9 Algebraic Fraction (Partial Fraction)
  • Pg 10 Algebraic Fraction (Basics of Splitting Up) I
  • Pg 10 Algebraic Fraction (Basics of Splitting Up) II
  • Pg 10 Splitting Up Method (Further Examples)
  • Pg 11 Algebraic Fraction (Splitting up a quadratic root as denominator)
  • Pg 11 Splitting Up Method _with denominator as power of half_
  • Pg 12 Introduction to Trigonometric Integrals
  • Pg 12 Trigonometric integrals (Using cos 2A)
  • Pg 12 Trigonometric Integrals (cos^4 x)
  • Pg 13 Integration of Trigonometric function (Sum of Trigonometric Ratios)
  • Pg 14 Integration of Trigonometric Functions (Other Techniques)
  • Pg 15 Introduction to Integration by parts
  • Pg 15 Choosing u (LIATE)
  • Pg 15 Integration by Parts I
  • Pg 15 Integration by Parts II
  • Pg 16 Integration by parts where LIATE fails
  • Pg 16 Infinite Integrals
  • Pg 18 Introduction to Integration by substitution I
  • Pg 18 Introduction to Integration by substitution II
  • HANDWRITTEN SOLUTIONS FOR PRACTICE QUESTIONS
  • Practice 1 Handwritten Solutions
  • Practice 2 Handwritten Solutions
  • Practice 3 Handwritten Solutions
  • Practice 4 Handwritten Solutions
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed